Oh, and they couldn't "see, date, hook up, or have sex with" anyone else.When two friends decide to create romance from scratch and document the details, you expect a fascinating sociological roller-coaster ride; when those friends are both designers, illustrators, and art directors, what you get is also a stunning viral blog and then a graphic, full-color book chronicling their experience. However, I know that when an opportunity scares me, I must go for it. No matter what the outcome, it will certainly be an interesting experience."Timothy"The new Justin Timberlake album came out yesterday and it's totally got me in the mood..really, Jessica and I should share a 'JT' logo with him.A self-described "hopeless romantic," Jessica would hurl herself into every new fling, only to be crushed when it didn't work out.Tim, meanwhile, preferred juggling women to looking for "the one," and admitted he was worried about his inability to commit.There is always one girl he’s really excited about that he’s trying to go out with, a second girl he’s been seeing for a few weeks and is getting tired of, and a third girl he’s been seeing a while and is getting ready to break up with,' she wrote.Part of me fears that if we were to really date, one of us might wind up getting hurt. We also have a tight group of friends, and I think we are both afraid to compromise that.''She asked us straight away if Tim and I were attracted to each other,' wrote Miss Walsh.
As part of the agreement they'd see each other every day and even take a weekend break together.
But they also have lots of differences — especially when it comes to their dating approaches.
Jessica is a romantic who likes long-term commitment, while Tim prefers the chase and more casual dating.
Day 1: March 20, 2013Jessica"We had our first date at the Fat Radish on the Lower East Side. Anyway, I feel like there was definitely a moment last night when we both said to ourselves, 'Damn, are we actually doing this?!
'"Day 21: April 9, 2013Jessica"Tim thinks I fall within the 'good girl' role and that I should channel my masculine energy a little more...