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ASMRtistry

GIBI ASMR

“This genre is about a lot more than hushed voices and tingles. I get a sense of calm and euphoria from, where hosts eat huge amounts of food near a mic. That doesn’t seem like traditional ASMR to me, but it makes a lot of people happy. It’s exciting to see scientists begin to recognize what I’ve always believed: that ASMR is not just sounds, but also the visual experience of hands and other gentle, coordinated movements.”

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