What the Heck Is PornHub’s Top Trend ASMR and Why Chinese Eat Ice On Camera

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Are you sensitive enough to video?

Today Nexter.org explains what is and why Chinese girls eat ice on camera to please you.

Massaging the brain

According to Wikipedia, Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response () “is a term used for an experience characterised by a static-like or tingling sensation on the skin that typically begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and upper spine” and that “it is most commonly triggered by specific acoustic or visual stimuli, and less commonly by intentional attention control.”

People often experience tingling sensations, and video creators describe what they do as akin to massaging the brain.

It’s become a huge YouTube genre and even PornHub admits the popularity of such kind of pleasure. Thus, was one of the Pornhub’s 2017 Year in Review top trending searches of the year.

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Source: Pornhub

Ice eating

This ice-eating trend is popping up all over Chinese social media. The latest trend among Chinese is posting videos of themselves eating beautiful ice.

The Joy of Painting

While some of these videos were intentionally made as triggers — others, like episodes from Bob Ross’ The Joy of Painting, just happened to include the triggers by accident.

Bloggers 

There are also plenty of YouTube bloggers who create different videos for lovers and some of them are really creative.

Check them out:

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