An acronym for “Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.”
The sole purpose of ASMR is to relax people. The ASMR community is constantly growing on Youtube. Ideally, ASMR videos are meant to give the viewer a relaxing tingle at the back of their head and/or spine. ASMR videos usually involve one or more of the following things:

• Gentle whispering
• Relaxing hand movements
• Smacking of the lips
• Nail tapping/scratching on hard surfaces such as tables
• Brushing sounds
• Etc.
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That tingling feeling you get when someone says "Mufasa."
"Say it. . ."
"ooooh.. say it again, I just felt ASMR."
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The chills.

People always use such a long definition... but it's the fucking chills okay?
I got ASMR when I realized people didn't know how to shorten their answer to the fucking "chills
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Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) is a physical sensation characterized by a pleasurable tingling that typically begins in the head and scalp, and often moves down the spine and through the limbs.

Also known as : AIHO (Attention induced head orgasm), AIE (Attention induced euphoria), or simply "head orgasms"/"head tingles".
My ASMR was kicking in while watching clips of a soothing massage.
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Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. A feeling that is produced when listening to certain sounds and/or looking at certain visuals. The majority of people who experience ASMR don't mention it to their peers. I can almost guarantee that, you, reading this paragraph, has not mentioned ASMR to anyone you know. Most likely because you think they will think you're weird. We all feel the same way!
ASMR should come in tablet form because if it was, i wouldn't be smoking weed, that's for sure!
by ASMR addict February 17, 2014
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ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.
ASMR Is typically a video consisting of a person whispering, smacking, eating, or making other relaxing sounds.
Some people however, find ASMR gross, creepy, or even scary.
ASMR has taken over YouTube in recent years. Even with some videos getting millions of views.
"Dude, I fell asleep listinging to asmr last night!"
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That creepy shit people do on youtube and shit where they whisper into the microphone and rip paper or some shit.

Like, Hey, do you like the sound of a pencil moving on paper.

And then they show you what is sounds like, like, bitch I hear this shit all the time, i would know if it sounded good by now. Like, wtf?
This is my ASMR video, do you like the sound of nails on chalkboard? I do.
by Foreign Light December 19, 2016
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