ASMR // Lollipop licking + wet mouth sounds




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Published on Dec 26, 2018

Today we have some lollipop (ring pop) licking and sucking sounds.

I totally filmed this with a lollipop and my camera malfunctioned at one point and died at another point. RIP! So, I had to re-do it with the Ring Pop I had on hand. I might release some of the clips to the lollipop one if y'all like this! The sounds are a little different in that video. BUUUUT, it won't be one take like this since I will have to splice clips together and I know that bugs some people. :-/

As always, I love your feedback so let me know what you think in the comments. I am sending you all the positive energy and calm vibes right now. ZZZ.

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--To help you navigate parts of the video:
--There’s wet mouth sounds throughout so I am just noting the highlights of things that aren’t that.
2:16 - starts eating ring pop
3:42 - popping ring pop + face touching
6:23 - windy sounding sucks (lol, idk how to describe this sound)
6:57 - fun fact about my tongue
7:48 - face poking / touching
9:41 - more windy sucking sounds
10:14 - super up close mouth sounds
13:58 - progress!
14:45 - hand movements
16:52 - hand movements
18:20 - crunching
18:50 - mouth sounds
20:05 - finger sucking
20:28 - finger flutters + relaxing repeat + face touching
21:14 - kisses

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What is #ASMR? ASMR stands for autonomous sensory meridian response. It's defined as a "calming, pleasurable feeling often accompanied by a tingling sensation." If you've ever zoned out listening to a sound or watching a video and experienced a tingly sensation, then you've experienced ASMR! ASMR videos help people get to sleep. They can also help with anxiety and anxiousness (speaking from personal experience). So, sit back, relax and enjoy these tingle inducing sounds!


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