Have you ever experienced a spine-tingling delight when someone runs their fingers through your hair? Or felt like you’re floating on a cloud of pure bliss while watching someone draw on paper with a pencil? What about sprouting a serious mind-boner at the sound/feel of a hot whisper in your ear?
How it feels.
If these magical feels sound familiar to you, you’re probably receptive to Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response: a phenomenon that can be summed up as an experience of ‘low-grade euphoria’, characterised by a combo of posi feels, relaxation and a distinct static-like tingling sensation on the skin, in response to the aforementioned stimuli.
If you are an ASMR fiend, you might find yaself low-grade delighted to watch this vid by YouTuber, The Food Surgeon. They’ve only been around for a week, but their clip, Reese’s Peanut-Butter-Ectomy with Oreo Cream transplant, is YouTube-freakery at its finest:
The mysterious figure has the finger-finesse and digital-dexterity of a real surgeon, despite their ‘About’ section assuring us they are “a culinary practitioner not qualified to perform surgery of any kind.”
Personal highlights include but are not limited to:
Many delicate, much cream.
Scalpeling plastic right into our hearts.
Source: The Food Surgeon.