Researchers from Harvard University found that asking a lot of questions about your date and their life, makes him/her more feel more connected.
This is not an indication of a security issue such as a virus or attack.
Adding on the animated remake, the better remake, the 2006 theatre version on blu-ray, complete with lyric booklet, and maybe even the godawful Chinese bootleg version Phichit had received last Christmas during their friend’s (intentionally bad) Secret Santa, would probably destroy his grades—but it would all be worth it if he could be safe, cozy, and most importantly involved with any social interaction other than asking Phichit to pass the popcorn as they bask in the comfort of Yuuri’s creaky mattress.“Hmmm…” Phichit pauses, lips pursed, curled to the side as if in consideration of the proposal. ”“But you love cooking, and as much as I’d like that I can’t risk the calories so I think you should maybe try finding, you know, someone to cook for.”Afterwards, the only reply Phichit receives is a heavy sigh, visible in the cold air even though the sun is still high in the sky.
Having seen that face many, many times before, Yuuri knows it’s no deal, but it’s not like he really expects him to flip 180° and say, “you know what? The two of them bumble along a sidewalk littered with a mixture of crunchy brown leaves, freshly fallen, and dilapidated newspapers, rendered a mushy pulp from yesterday’s series of squalls.
In order to reach their conclusions, the researchers analysed three speed-dating sessions, where 110 men and women had just four minutes to get to know each other.
They were asked, which people they would like to see again and recorded the conversation.