ASMR Eating is having a moment and now I’m hungry all the time.
In the event that you have been living under a rock and have no idea what the art of ASMR is, click here. Otherwise, read along and treat your ears to the slurpy (and crunchy) sounds brought to you by the lovely @ne.letseat. If squid-munching is too much for you, check out some of the other videos below or follow the get creative with an ASMR hashtag to find your fam.
The hashtag #asmreating has over.190,000 posts. If that doesn’t sound like a lot, keep in mind there are many other variations of the hashtag such as #asmreatingnoises to the very specific #asmreatingice.
Accounts have been popping up on YouTube and Instagram focusing on different food groups, but the most common food group is noodles of some sort. The trend is most popular among Asian food bloggers, however, our favorite sounds are the ramen. #LetThemEatRamen please! All day and film it, please!
Want more? Follow the hashtags or just check out the @asmreatingshow
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cr: @choi.asmr Spicy cheesy ramen ? — *This video is for ASMR purposes. If you don’t like it, don’t watch it. Hate is deleted bc no one is forcing you to watch :-)* → Follow my backup account: @asmreatinshow ✨ #asmr #mukbang #asmrmukbang #eating #eatingshow #asmreating #asmreatingsounds #mouthsounds #asmreatingshow #eatingvideo #eatingsounds #food #satisfying
What’s your favorite mukbang food?