Thirty Six Questions

Ask the 36 qs to fall in love in real life to real people

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Erik Torenberg
Erik TorenbergMakerHiring@eriktorenberg · Former Product Hunt
A few friends* and I hosted an event where 140 people split into pairs of 2 and asked each other 36 questions. people loved it and we're going to do it again -- on valentines day. others wanted to host and attend it in different cities, and so randa and natasja created a site for people to do just that (currently in LA, SF, Boston, NYC, Ann Arbor, DC, Austin, Chicago & more) If you want to attend or host one, sign up! OH - and i didn't fall in love, but i made a friend, and two people did make out at the end of it, so, hey, that's something. *the friends: @_helpmeranda @chiefnatasja @nayafia @bermster @levin_phil @loganury @anne_wooten @dfmorse23
tom meagher
tom meagher@tomfme · now is good.
@eriktorenberg yo! How did you folks come up with the idea?
Erik Torenberg
Erik TorenbergMakerHiring@eriktorenberg · Former Product Hunt
@sarahbuhr captures it perfectly in her piece here: "I can say, however, that the few questions we were able to get through helped me have a better understanding and appreciation of him. There were little things I didn’t even know we had in common like that we were both born three weeks late. It made me love him more, in a different and deeper way. It seems like a pretty good way to get to know someone on an intimate level that would normally take possibly years to do. Torenberg says that’s what attracts him to the questions, “'A lot of people don’t have space or make time to have deep and intimate conversations. To know and to be known. [The series] provides that space. Whether someone falls in love or wants to be friends or wants nothing further is immaterial. For 45 minutes, you connected deeply with a person. It’s a pretty special thing in and of itself.'” and then hilariously: "There’s another meet up set for this Valentine’s Day. Torenberg says he does not have a partner yet for that one (he’s single, ladies)."
Tera ∞ Kristen
Tera ∞ Kristen@terakristen · Community Manager
This is a really cute idea. I hope people will be more curious than shy to check these events out.
Anthony David Adams
Anthony David Adams@anthonyadams · Peripheral Visionary.
Hey @eriktorenberg! We were both featured in the TechCrunch article yesterday. We have a really nice app & we'd love to talk about collaborating with your events. Currently we are crowdfunding to produce a deck of physical cards over at - we'd love to be the offical deck of your parties :)