Have you ever wondered how normal you are?
What if you were perfectly average?
More than anyone else.
For Emily – it's true. When she watches a documentary on the average human she sees her life. Her job, her hair, her favourite food. All of her – plainly, horrifically average. Even her blood group. Right there and then, she decides she wants more.
She'll travel the world (i.e. venture out of her hometown)
She'll become a vegan (it's interesting to hate cheese, right?)
She'll do something daring (As long as it's safety tested)
Nothing will stand in the way of Emily living her best life. Not even Josh and his dimples. Because she absolutely can't fall in love... that would be too ordinary.
And from now on, Emily is going to be extraordinary.
What is love? Is it something spiritual or wholly physical?
Can our feelings be explained and quantified?
Or are we all actually two halves of a whole?
Ask Alice and Luke and you’d receive vastly different answers.
Despite her world having been recently dismantled by a messy break-up, Alice would tell you that love is the most important – albeit ineffable – human experiences. But when she once again crosses paths with her old school nemesis, Luke, he challenges this. Luke is a scientist and he’s certain love can be measured and explained – just like everything else.
So the two decide to make a bet: they’ll each venture back into dating and if one of them falls in love, Alice wins, if not, then Luke does.
But can anyone win when you’re playing with emotions?
Argh! Not long to go now!