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Woman Shares Trick To Get Someone To 'Fall In Love With You Instantly'

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Woman Shares Trick To Get Someone To 'Fall In Love With You Instantly'

A TikToker has shared a video that shows a technique that seemingly makes anyone fall in love with you instantly. Watch video below:

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The clip has gone viral with over 12 million views, 2.7 million likes and 8900 comments.

@sophieroselloyd shared the post five days ago and it was captioned - 'if u have never done this before search it and do it it works every time'.

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Going into further detail, the influencer says that she uses the 'love triangle' technique.

She said: "Left eye, lips, right eye.

"Works every time but get the timings right besties."

TikTok/@sophieroselloyd
TikTok/@sophieroselloyd
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So supposedly, from your viewpoint, by looking at someone's left eye, then by moving slowly to their lips and afterwards at their right eye, you can make them fall in love.

As you can imagine, the comments section was full of intuitive questions and interesting observations.

One user asked: "If I do that to myself in the mirror will I finally love myself?"

Quite deep, that one. Still could be worth a try?

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A second user saw an issue with the falling in love technique, saying: "Me about to make people fall in love with me but then complaining they're in love with me."

As a third user points out that if you're considering to try it out, it is probably best that you do it to someone who isn't aware of the technique.

"Nooooo imagine trying this and the guy answers 'are u doing that rick on me???' LIKE I COULD NEVER HANDLE THE EMBARRASMENT"

That's a great point and could put a fair few off. Whatever you do, don't show the person you like the TikTok video.

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The TikToker has 204,000 followers on the social platform with 6.9 million likes.

In many of her videos she showcases the 'psychology eye trick' in many settings, including when you have a mask on.

Sophie says it still works with a mask on. Credit: TikTok/@sophieroselloyd
Sophie says it still works with a mask on. Credit: TikTok/@sophieroselloyd

Despite calling it a 'trick', Sophie Rose clarifies on her account that the word can be a bit misleading.

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She said: "By the way this isn't a 'trick' it's more of a way of showing emotion and affection for those you love. It's a positive way of communication."

Although she does continue to claim that his technique has been proven to work.

"As I've said this was proposed by psychologists."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@sophieroselloyd

Topics: Viral, Love, TikTok

Anish Vij
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