Even pokémon are getting in on the ASMR mukbang trend

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The Pokémon Business has launched two ASMR videos to begin your weekend: one including a Charmander quietly snoozing beside a crackling fire, and one with a Chespin chomping away on some macarons. “This is a ASMR video for those who require a gentle Pokémon touch in everything!” the description reads. Headphones are suggested for optimum impact, so you can take in the complete noises of the crunching and crackling.

ASMR and pokémon are truly a best match, due to the fact that the tingly experience I obtain from listening to soft noises and voices are one and the very same as the warm fuzzies I receive from looking at charming pokémon. The 30- minute video of Charmander’s fireside slumber can be discovered on the main Japanese Pokémon channel. I’m bookmarking this one for next Christmas, so I can have it on in the living-room rather of the vacation yule log.

Meanwhile, the eight-minute video of Chespin gladly streaming a mukbang session can be discovered over on Pokémon Children TV. Called “Chespin’s Delighted Snack Time,” the title also consists of “Children Song,” but there’s no actual singing here, just the sounds of some crunching. The channel normally posts singalong videos including pokémon, so Chespin will not need to stress over violating COPPA laws.

It’s been a hectic January for The Pokémon Company, as it revealed a growth pack for Pokémon Sword and Guard earlier this month, and released a brand-new animated series this week. Now it’s time for everyone to unwind with some relaxing ASMR.

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