But with the quirky videos of them sitting stoically in chairs while paint is dripped on their heads (seemingly apropos of nothing but maybe I just don’t get ART), and unnecessary typography gifs sprinkled throughout the posts, it all smacks of something just south of sincerity.
Their journey turned into a viral blog that has drawn over 10 million unique visitors since its launch–not just because it was an engrossing romantic dramedy (couples therapy! How has your approach to love, dating, and relationships changed since the experiment? But for some of our New Yorkers, it’s just the beginning. But first: Let’s recap all the drama from this ep, shall we?In July 2013, after struggling with opposite relationship problems (fear of commitment vs.TG: The project enabled me to be more honest with myself about wanting to find a relationship with someone worth it, someone great. It’s given me a greater capacity to be open and vulnerable.There are four single gals working at Coffee Meets Bagel and you know what that means -most of our noons are spent comparing our Bagels and 90% of our office conversation revolves around dating & guys.Jessica Walsh is the romantic, and Timothy Goodman is the commitmentphobe.