Does /ck/ enjoy hearing other people eat food?
I heard it's rude to eat quietly in Japan.
NO. FUCK NO. Oh my god you've actually triggered me. FUCK I AM POSTING ON TUMBLR RIGHT NOW.
Seriously though, I have a friend who is mexican that smacks his lips when he eats, consistently. He will smack his lips during every single chomp. Imagine sitting next to someone and they are smacking their lips every single time they take a bite out of their food. For each mouthful that they take, let's assume they chew for 10 seconds, that's 10 seconds of non-stop lip smacking. He doesn't pause for a second between bites unless he has something to say, and he's very brief if he has anything to say since he usually eats without talking. - 5-10 minutes depending on the total meal of him just smacking his lips as he eats. Fuck, it makes me so angry just to think about it, but the thing is that I'm afraid to confront him about it.
The reason why I've never confronted him about his lip smacking was because when I was younger I was sitting on the couch eating a bowl of something and my father scolded me for smacking my lips so severe. He asked me if I ate that way when I was in front of my friends. like an animal. So every time someone smacks their lips I remember the time my father scolded me as a kid. I remember it vividly, and I remember my fucking annoying mexican friend who I will never confront out of fear of instilling the same feelings of resentment that I felt towards my father after he scolded me.
>implying I was only being ironic about getting triggered.
I don't like watching them but some asmr videos, mostly the ones with no talking, can be kind of soothing to have playing in the background while reading or trying to sleep.
Not unlike those CDs with whalesong people used to buy I guess.
In actual company of people I can't fucking stand eating noises, though.
Yeah, god forbid normal people should be allowed to entertain other normal people. Everybody's gotta be a supermodel.
The craze came out of necessity from the Korean collective subconscious. From the democratic strife in the 80s, the economic crunch in the 90s, and to the mad cow crisis of the 2000s, combined with the lifestyle spawned by factories/salaryman 18 hour days. South Koreans found themselves habit that can only be described as anti-goldfish mentality, where as goldfish, bird, or relatively retarded dog will continuously eat food that is in front of it until the point it will die, Koreans will forgo eating til low blood sugar or worse sets upon them. Mid-2000s food review programs with focus on eating spawn, alongside this the social video streaming service was spawned. With hundreds of people practically lifecasting themselves to thousands of views for hours, eating on broadcast was an inevitability. Things proceeded to just spiral further out of control.
At the very least they're not to the level of these disturbing as shit ASMR youtube people that sit around eating mayo and Kraft singles and what not.
S..she's too pretty to be Korean, r..right?
I hate hearing people eat unnecessarily loud. Keep your lips closed and take small bites so you don't slosh food arround in your mouth to chew it all.
I do have exceptions though. Slurpinglong noodles is expected and chips of any sort are noisy, but are not excused if you chew any bite other than the first with your mouth open.
A loud belch after a good meal is a compliment, but otherwise is rude.
I found this "ASMR" girl. The videos consist of what I can only describe as her raping the food with her mouth.
I put ASMR in quotes because it is nothing but loud slurps. These ASMR eating videos make me laugh at the absurdity. My uncle and my brother smack and it drives me up the fucking wall. This must be a fetish, right? People seem to genuinely enjoy the videos. Lots of women in the comments. I don't know who wants to hear or see an eyeless being shove chicken wings in their mouth.
Why do you think Jack and Joey are so successful with females?
They smack the shit out of their lips, mouths and tongues and all the females are imagining that action on their vaginas.
>not eating like a pig to sexually arouse females
It pleases me.
Food/cooking videos are my go-to entertainment I can just lose myself in. Never once in my life(and presently) have I been in a good enough financial situation to eat good, healthy food consistently everyday. So I cope by watching it's creation and consumption.
Particular sounds are also very pleasing to hear. Crunchy/crispness especially.
The Mokbang (먹방 - Eating room) craze spawned from people eating alone in Korea. In Korea it is culturally normal for people to eat in a group, so eating alone is seen as a depressing, sad thing to do. Mokbang came about because people were broadcasting themselves out there eating and they would gain the attention of the lonesome people because those people realised that they could eat with someone else even if they were half way across the country.
Even then, South Korea spawned the eating craze in about 2010 where the country had started to really import different nationalities food into the country, of course none of it is that great, however it is slowly coming in and getting better over time.
South Korea was once, a country as dirt poor as North Korea. Eating is going to be a popular thing there, once you realise that the current generation of south korean's parents never ate as well as they do today, and the expanding waist line of south korean people show that.
>>asmr youtube people
whats wrong with asmr?
just because some disgusting fuck eats craft singles with mayo while listening, or possibly creating one does not mean all of something is bad you fucking retard. if you use sturgeons law as a reason not to do something you can't do fucking anything.
>>durr peopp[le who like ting i dont r fat an dumbs.
found the human being.
>rude to eat quietly in JP
Its just not rude if you slurp your noodles. Otherwise JP people usually eat quietly.
And for some reason, in JP it is considered rude to blow your nose in public.
>And for some reason, in JP it is considered rude to blow your nose in public.
It's rude to do that everywhere. It can spray particulates in a mist, and immediately afterwards, your hands should be sanitized, so most polite people do it in a bathroom and then wash their hands. It's not wrong if you do it in public if quiet and really necessary, but turn your back and be as hygienic as possible.
Japanese are very educated about germs, and polite to each other with regards to sensibilities, which is why the germaphobe face masks, but consider the third world conditions outside of them with those kinds of neighbors bringing in tough resistant avian flu strains every damn year.
Basically what this guy said.
There are a lot of assholes uploading all kinds of bullshit and calling it ASMR now and it's giving it a really bad reputation.
As was said already; compare it to those CDs with whale song or the sound or waterfalls or whatever. Just pleasant unintrusive noise.
That's what it was before all the whores found out they could get more views by using the tag along with the usual showing of tits.
I cringe when I see that shit in the same way you cringe when you see Jack. Doesn't mean all foodtubers are like that either.
>There are people who are ACTUALLY hipsters about asmr
I didn't know it was possible to cringe this hard
You just misread my post, friend.
I don't mind that it's becoming more popular, why would I?
I mind that a lot of it is just a chick in her bra talking about the makeup she bought today.
Again, compare it to shit like Jack and Ken and ask yourself how you'd like it if that's what people thought of when you told them you're into cooking.
It simply puts the wrong ideas in the heads of people like you and some idiots are very willing to accept the first narrative they happen upon. Case in point.
What people like to call "ASMR" is actually a heightened response to noise that is characteristic of those on the autism spectrum. Ever seen some stupid autist freak out over some insignificant sound and start crying or whatever? ASMR is the inverse of that.
No, don't be silly. It stands for Autism Spectrum Music Replacement, because autists are incapable of experiencing the joys of music like regular humans, so they turn towards sounds that trigger an autistic response with them.
>this must be a fetish, right?
Nah, it's genuinely relaxing. I can't explain it.
But to be fair I haven't listened to eating sounds in awhile. Mouth sounds, sure, but all eating sounds sound the same to me so I don't watch it that often anymore.
I listen to this video almost every night.
There's not a lot of talking, and something about the crispy chicken really gets me. And even when she talks, it's quiet, and there's no lip smacking or mess. It's all dainty and clean, just crunchy.
I can't explain it.
bro, its common for public washrooms to not even have soap, they just splash their hands and leave
>This isn't a private club and you don't make the rules.
You're absolutely right. I don't make the rules. Someone else did.
>/ck/ - Food & Cooking
>1. Images and discussion should relate to food and cooking.
>2. Recipes are welcome! Feel free to talk about your favorite dishes and discuss past cooking experiences.
"Autistically listening to someone whisper" isn't really under the umbrella of food and/or cooking.
Most of the videos in this thread, including the one in the OP, are of people eating food. One video in particular is of somebody literally cooking food on a flat grill and then eating it. If this was just 'asmr general' I would agree with you but so far it's reasonably on topic, and about as related to food as any other thread on the board right now.