Today’s Asmrtist is is from Brazil, and I say that based solely on an identification of her accent, because her YouTube page says she is located in the United States,
The Wild Thornberrys originally aired from 1998 to 2004, and it’s a show about a traveling family of six. There are a Mom and a Dad, and there are Two sisters, one of whom is the narrator of the story. Then there is a talking chimpanzee, and…well…then there is Donnie.
It’s like Mr. Hare knew that I felt apprehension about those cold steely barbs, but he also knew what needed to be done. After I heard that first snip I melted like jello in the hot sun [I’ve never actually seen jello melt], and felt immediately inspired to write this article.
Sometimes I prefer whispering, and other times I choose soft-speaking; when listening to ASMR, it’s forever both. Today however, we are only going to experience the whispered portion of that dichotomy. We are also going to experience some tapping…perhaps some of the best tapping I have ever heard.
Welcome to the day after Labor Day! Presumably you are back at work after a well deserved long weekend, but with the pandemic, did you really go back to work? I’ve never had an office job, I’ve only ever worked at restaurants, really; plus a little landscaping and snow removal.
To keep it simple…sometimes is so hard. But it could be easy! Today’s asmrtist is making it easy for us to have a wholesome, helpful, and simple session of relaxation.
ASMR. Dripp is new on the scene, but despite his newness, the content he creates is quite good. He carries with him a natural confidence, and I imagine it’s a confidence he carries around with him outside of the camera frame as well.