So, if you didn’t know what it was, you should now if you took the time to read a bit on either websites. Anyway, I came over this by accident and I realized that I have had this for as long as I can remember, but I just didn’t know the word for feeling weirdly good sometimes.
My question here is if anyone has seen any ABDL related ASMR-videos? I’ve noticed that I really enjoy the videos of people crinkling plastic, talking in soft soothing voices, and such things as virtual haircut. Some of the sounds really trigger my ASMR. So, can take it to another level? Can I find something that is ABDL as well? I already like the crinkling of plastic diapers, so I’m pretty sure I could get this to trigger my ASMR.
Holy crap! It has a name?! I knew others experienced it too because I’ve heard people talk about how they felt like they were going into a trance when they were doing something such as getting their hair cut. I didn’t know that it had a following though.
I think you have to be in the right state of mind, but I think its also with certain things and actions. I watched both videos and they did nothing for me. Maybe its just because I was focusing too hard on what the girl in the first video was saying and find crinkling plastic to be distracting. But put me in a barber’s chair whilst a woman (it can’t be a man) is cutting my hair with scissors and I zone right out. I think it has to do with the fact that I’m receiving attention of a physical sort. However, I usually don’t like it when they talk to me because it takes me out of the “trance”.
I use the hair cutting example because its an obvious one.
I was thinking about this the other day and I finally remembered what triggered it the hardest for me. Several years ago I used to be an art model (crazy right?) for a local college. I didn’t pose nude or anything but I looked pretty awesome since I had just recently graduated high school and was in GREAT shape! All I had to do was sit in a chair and hold a pose for two to three hours a day for three days a week over the period of a month. I got paid $200 a week for this!!! I originally feared that I wouldn’t be able to hold still because of my extreme ADHD (yes, I actually have it. I’m not one of the cases where the doctor just looked at the symptoms and proclaimed that I “might” have it and then prescribed Ritalin for treatment) but once I settled into the chair an incredibly powerful form of ASMR took over and I completely zoned out. I made sure to stay still though because I knew that if I moved the teacher would ask me to resume the proper pose and thus interrupt the experience.
Thinking back on it I realize why it was so strong: the students were studying me but they weren’t looking for something wrong (I also suffer from an inferiority complex so thats why I bring it up), they were looking at me and trying to figure out the best way to draw and paint me. It was a non-critical form of attention and I absolutely loved it! Even now as I’m remembering it I’m kinda buzzing off the feeling.
Just browsing thru some old material and I thought that what I recently experienced was in the same vein.
I recently had an CT scan which required fasting for a short period of time before the scan.
Checking in for the scan I was required to drink some orange flavor fluid - semi sweet almost like very weak Tang.
About an hour later I am invited into the room with the scan tube and told to remove all metal objects from the area
centering around my waist and my shoes.
Then laid out face up with feet into the scan portal the attendant said that when she starts the machine up the fluid
that I had just consumed would be activated to enhance the scanning.
Now the tickle me PINK fun the attendant tells me that I may feel that I am about to ‘wet my pants’ when this starts
as well as an over all warm feeling.
So by jove she is so right - WOW! - fortunately no adverse effects that required wearing a diaper. But what a feeling !
A dry diaper run fantasy !
Sorry for starting this thread up again but I have always wondered what this experience was. I can think of two things that trigger these weird feelings listening to acapella music or certain other kinds of music and certain dramatic scenes in movies. During the scenes in movies, I tend to cry because I am over come with emotions. I have a sensory disorder amoung other issues and I wonder if it might be related.