From Parade magazine Does the sound of Bob Ross‘s paintbrush scratching against the canvas send shivers down your spine? Does hearing scissors snip away at your hair make your brain feel tingly? It might be ASMR. ASMR, short for autonomous sensory meridian response, is often described as a pleasant tingling sensation that starts on the scalp […]
That tingling feeling
We’ve all felt it, that mesmerizing effect that Bob can have on you. You’re watching along as Bob paints and all of a sudden you look up and realize you’ve watched the whole show.
Bob has that effect on you and it’s not a crazy notion. It’s real and it happens to everybody.
It’s called ASMR or Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response and it’s that static feeling you get at the back of your neck and down your spine and Bob is at the center of it.
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Ever heard a careless whisper and had a tingly, non-sexual head orgasm? It’s the “Bob Ross effect”, or ASMR