Girl Attempts to Kiss Random Strangers in New York Grand Central Station
What would you do if a total stranger tried to kiss you in the middle of a busy train station? Probably the same thing most people do in this hilarious new video by New York City–based comedian Farah Brook.
The video, entitled 'Kiss Me NYC', shows Farah attempting the risky experiment in one of Manhattan's busiest stations, explaining to the camera: 'We're going to kiss some people in Grand Central! Let's hope I don't get punched'.
Walking up to randomly-selected men and women under the pretense of asking for directions, Farah waits for the moment before leaning in to land a smooch on her unsuspecting victim.Soundtracked by the classic rom com tune Kiss Me by Sixpence None the Richer, from hit 1999 movie She’s All That, the experiment's results are both hilarious and fist-chewingly awkward as most people react just as you might expect: shocked, uncomfortable and angry.
Luckily, the young comedian avoids any actual violence, but some of her targets do get physical, putting their hands on her head or shoulder to stop her from leaning in.
Others recoil in surprise and one man just backs away slowly and walks off, leaving Farah standing, lips puckered and eyes closed, alone in the middle of the station.Undaunted, Farah keeps trying until she finally finds her movie moment train station kiss.