This one wins. No point in submitting any more ASMR after this.
|Binro the Heretic |
All these things that are supposed to trigger ASMR are like nails on a blackboard to me.
Seriously, ONE SECOND into the video, the only thought in my head is CHEW WITH YOUR GOD-DAMNED MOUTH CLOSED, MOTHER-FUCKER!
pretty sure this one is a joke
This is a parody.
Does anything relax you Binro?
Remember to drink plenty of fluids.
Binro the Heretic
Sorry, but so far, every ASMR video posted here features lip-smacking sounds and whispering, both of which drive me up the wall. How was I supposed to know, therefore, this was a "joke" version featuring smacking sounds and whispering?
Binro the Heretic
Instrumental music relaxes me. It can be classical music, progressive rock, space music or electronica. Anything that lets my mind drift without making it picture some specific thing will do.
If I sit in a recliner with instrumental music playing and no other sound, except perhaps for a fan on the lowest setting, I can trigger the goose-pimple sensation that people are saying is ASMR.
God I love ASMR.
This is perfect
It's like I'm RIGHT THERE.
|infinite zest |
I was diagnosed with Synesthesia years ago so I don't deny the existence of ASMR, as my condition was pretty much a myth until the late 80s or so, but when they showed me a video or something, I'd get nothing. I sort of feel the same way with these videos (not this one, the real ones.) I think most of us enjoy being whispered to by their partner, or in some cases a good friend when you need cheering up, etc. I know I do, but the videos just make me immediately claustrophobic, kind of like watching POV porn vs. regular porn.
How do you pronounce it anyways? Do you speak the individual letters "Ay, Ess Em, Arr" or do you pronounce it like "Ass Mir", or "Oz-murr"...
It's an acronym (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) but I think people generally pronounce it "ay (like the fonz) - smar"
|Aubrey McFate |
Oh hey, it's docfuture!
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