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“They’ve been hanging out and are casually dating,” says the Lawrence pal.
Over the summer, Lawrence, 26, and Aronofsky, 47, collaborated on a still-untitled project together starring the Oscar-winning actress, Ed Harris and Javier Bardem.
I’d never heard that you should also smell like yourself, though, until I joined a matchmaking service called Smell Dating. After 72 hours, the cotton was pickled in my essence.
For three days and nights I wore the same cotton T-shirt, through sweaty workouts and while I slept. I passed off the damp, stained tee to the New York University researchers who run Smell Dating, who saw it not as an object of disgust, but as boyfriend bait.
Earlier this year, the star told she doesn’t have a specific “type” when it comes to men.
“Patterns are the work of the devil,” said Lawrence.
Smell Dating is the first mail-order smell dating service, but its creators aren’t the only ones wagering that we’re better at choosing partners through our noses than our eyes.
By sniffing other people’s body odor instead of swiping right on their photos, the thinking goes, we rely on primal bodily intuition.
Whether interventions like these are successful is a current area of research.Those receptors rocket the smell directly to the brain, a much quicker route than other senses take.As a result, smell can trigger thoughts and behaviors very quickly.They were also photographed together in August enjoying lunch at a cafe.
Currently in post-production, the movie is directed and written by Aronofsky and focuses on a couple whose relationship is disrupted when unwanted guests enter their lives.
In the game of “which sense would you most be willing to lose? But evolutionarily, smell is one of the most important senses.