ASMR - the ootmik selection, best of!

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ASMR - the ootmik selection, best of!

Post by DerGolgo » Mon Apr 27, 2020 1:51 pm

Is it just me, or is ASMR dripping of the everywhere on the everything, anywher between anywhen and anyrecently?

Well, I don't think it's for me. The jet-engine noises my desktop makes are quite sufficient. I consider it digital snoring, and I really can't point fingers - at Doom '14, I had managed to convince my roomy at the Cross Keys to find someone else to bunk with.

However. Maybe it's just that the mere thought of what 2020 might yet shit on us is keeping a lot of people awake, causing a spike in ASMR searches etc., which translates into a recommendation.

Besides maybe the gruff growl of a Ducati twin, or the howl of a CBX-1000 (which, I only realized now, kinda sounds like a never ending zipper getting pulled down, doesn't it?), besides the soul food that is the dripping noise of a coffee maker, or the sliding and very timidly gurgling of the plunger on a french press being pushed down, besides the noise of shears defeating bones and the agonizing cries of whatever noob just joined there.

Besides any of those.
I think most people can agree that for this place, and this crowd, this is it.

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Re: ASMR - the ootmik selection, best of!

Post by Sisyphus » Mon Apr 27, 2020 5:18 pm

I would totally try to fall asleep to this but I know I can't.
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Re: ASMR - the ootmik selection, best of!

Post by red » Fri May 29, 2020 7:47 am

I've been listening to these almost daily:

I'd love to fall asleep listening to them but I've got kiddos that I need to listen for.; so I listen while working.
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