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  • ASMR is breaking into mainstream
  • ASMR is breaking into mainstream
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ASMR is breaking into mainstream

Have you ever experienced a tingling sensation that travels over your scalp, in response to a calm whisper or a crinkle of paper? If the answer is yes, then you have experienced ASMR. Even if you don’t know what that means, this new Internet subculture is gradually becoming a mainstream phenomenon.

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