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Are You Familiar With The ‘Orange Peel Theory’? Explore Such Trending TikTok Love Theories Making Rounds On The Internet

From the ‘Invisible String’ to the ‘Orange Peel’ theory—bizarre love trends are now making rounds on the internet for lovers to test their compatibility and the strength of their relationship

People who are dating or are in a relationship, often like to test their partners in various ways to determine their compatibility or to understand them better. Recently, many bizarre trends have been making rounds on social media wherein lovers test their relationships in eccentric ways.

Since these theories are not backed by science, many times the tests have failed to generate accurate results which backfiredleading partners to part ways with each other. Below we have listed some viral love theories.

The Moon Phase Soulmate Theory

On TikTok, the moon phase soulmate test is the hot new buzz. Allegedly, an online tool can help lovers determine if their partner is their true soulmate. To follow this rising trend, you have to enter your partner’s and your birth date and compare the phases of the moon on the day you two were born. After merging both images, if the two phases make a full Moon, the couple’s compatibility is considered high.

The Dorito Theory

According to the Dorito theory, if someone binge eats Dorito very well knowing that it is not satiating their hunger, at the same time it is bad for their healthit reveals that they follow an unhealthy pattern in their lifein their personal as well as professional life.

Not experiencing satisfaction when doing a particular activity can convince these individuals to stay in relationships that are not making them happy or are satiating. They tend to invest more time and energy in their failing relationship than they should.

The Orange Peel Theory

According to the orange peel theory, you can test your partner's love for you by asking if they can peel an orange for you. If your partner agrees to do it, it suggests you are loved. However, if your partner refuses to peel an orange for you, it implies an impending threat is looming over your relationship.

The theory relies on the concept that engaging in small acts of love and kindness for your other half proves your fondness for them. But it is not a foolproof test to determine how much your partner loves you. Sometimes people can refuse to do it because they are tired, upset or busy with something else.

The Green Line Theory

This theory can allegedly help couples determine if their relationship will last the test of time. According to this theory, you have to take a photo of a couple and draw a green line to verify whether they are standing straight or leaning towards each other.

The green line theory suggests, if a couple is standing straight, it is indicative of a lasting relationship. However, if the woman is leaning toward her man, it reveals that she is more emotionally dependent on him and it is suggestive of a long-lasting relationship. Conversely, if a man is leaning on his partner, the relationship might not last due to his greater emotional dependency on the woman.

The February Theory

The "February theory" concurs with the month of love and it suggests that during this time of the year people either fall madly in love with someone in the most unexpected way, or their exes return or try to reunite. In other words, love will appear at your doorstep in different forms in February.

The Invisible String Theory

The Invisible String Theory is based on the age-old idea of the involvement of destiny and fate to meet one’s soulmate. This love theory focuses on the subtle interrelations between people, exhibiting that many lovers exist on each other’s lives’ periphery before their paths finally cross at a time when they are destined to meet. This concept emphasises the complexity and depth of human connections. It talks about the strong intangible forces that bind people together, refining lives and establishing a sense of purpose.

So, if you are curious to test your partner’s adoration for you, put these TikTok love theories to the test—just for fun though.