RocketBlender - 2013-12-02 And this right here is why I'm so confused about what the fuck ASMR is.
misterbuns - 2013-12-02 when i want ASMR I put on a Godzilla movie or Art Bell.
Syd Midnight - 2013-12-02 You know how 18th and 19th century writers would talk about swooning with pleasure or shivers of gratification or somesuch while listening to opera or eating an apple or reading a perfumed letter?
21st century people have become so deadened and numb that "delight" is now considered a rarely-vended fetish. We are all damned, every one of us, except for a few children and Stephen Fry.
I experienced all of those things while watching that whale explode in the video linked earlier this week.
Have faith in the zeitgeist, man. It'll be okay.
baleen - 2013-12-02 This here is why I'm in love with ASMR.
I have been completely avoiding the near-infinite varieties of freakishness in the ASMR community. I think it's going to be the gift that keeps giving.
retrocious - 2013-12-02 poeTV comments are my number one ASMR trigger
memedumpster - 2013-12-02 People whispering in my ear has always freaked me out and made me extremely uncomfortable. If I can feel their breath I lose motor control and flinch in horror.
sasazuka - 2013-12-02 Too distracted by the wig. It's like ASMR Andy Warhol.
Syd Midnight - 2013-12-06 The part that really bothered me was when he tries to play a clarinet softly as if it were pan pipes. Clarinets don't work that way.