Do You Actually Like Them? (Even If You Don’t Think So) #shorts

There goes that person again. You see them all the time. Why do you keep noticing them when they pass you? What’s that feeling? No, it can’t be… Do you like them? Maybe you aren’t sure? Maybe the feeling will pass? Maybe they’re a good friend and you don’t think you could see them that way. No matter what your situation is, we’re here to help you see if you actually like them (even if you don’t think so).

Researcher/Writer: Dylan Swanepoel
Editor: Michal Mitchell
Script Manager: Kelly Soong
Animator: Sarimopi (www.instagram.com/sarimopi/ )
Voice Over: Amanda Silvera www.youtube.com/amandasilvera
YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong

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