There’s nothing quite like sounds that make your skin tingle. For some, it’s triggered by scratching and for others, it’s triggered by people eating. That’s right, food ASMR is beginning to trend and the sounds that come from it vary in many different ways.
ASMR stands for the autonomous sensory meridian response which is just fancy tongue work for sounds that make your body or ears giddy and excited. Technically speaking the term ASMR was coined in 2010, but only has been on an upward trend since about mid-2017. In a way, it can be described as the best trend you’ve never heard of.
For those who like slimy and wet noises, squishing is the way to go. ASM“Rtists” will eat anything from Jello and tapioca balls to more exotic delicacies such as octopus and honeycombs.
Here we have SAS-ASMR demonstrating just how squishy black tapioca can be. She even shared that the man at the counter gave her a funny look when she ordered a cup full of black tapioca.
Imagine you have the biggest bowl of noodles right in front of you and after your fork runs through the noodles, you find yourself with a few unruly noodles that refuse to be eaten. What can you do? Slurp them up of course. While slurping ASMRs aren’t exactly the subtle and quite audio types, they’re highly popular.
You can see YouTube mukbanger HyuneeEats slurping up some delicious jjajangmyeon or black bean noodles below!
Personally, this is the most satisfying for me. There’s something about the extra crispy sound to go along with food that looks beyond appetizing. Whether it be fried chicken, chips, or seahorses among other foods, crunchy ASMR is sure to send chills down your back within the first bite of food.
LINH-ASMR prepared ten seahorses for her ASMR video, and the crunch is definitely the highlight of her mukbang.
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Overall, whether you’re into the sound of food being eaten, or just curious to see what foods make which noises, food ASMR is sure to draw you in. With that being said, go out there fellow foodie and grab yourself something delectable to eat!