Looking to help spread the awareness of ASMR and display your love for ASMR on a t-shirt, hoodie, wall print, or other item?
Evy Whispers (Evy Van Droogenbroeck) and Whisperhub (Sue Dorrens) have launched the new website Tingletastic.com to help ASMR enthusiasts display their love on some Tingletastic swag.
Evy and Sue are long time ASMR enthusiasts, ASMR video artists, and contributors to the ASMR Community. I previously wrote a blog article about Sue in 2016 highlighting her founding of the Whisperhub website in 2011 and the creation of the I Love ASMR Facebook page in 2014. Evy and Sue have worked together previously on the ASMR Island community website.
The seed for Tingletastic was born from their own deep enthusiasm and appreciation for ASMR and how it helped them with insomnia (for Sue), as well as, with depression and anxiety (for Evy).
So what ASMR goodies and resources can you find at Tingletastic.com?
Their site has t-shirts and hoodies which display fun logos like, “Ask me about ASMR”, “ASMR Brain”, “ASMR addict”, “Tinglehead”, “Dream on”, “ASMR mode on”, “You had me at ASMR”, and several visual designs.
There are also bags, pillows, and prints which include the reassuring statement, “Keep Calm and Listen to ASMR.”
The site will also be posting interesting, educational, and curious articles about all things ASMR.
Explore all the Tingletastic products, articles, and social media links:
- Main website: https://tingletastic.com/
- Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/tingletasticasmr/
- Instagram@tingletasticasmr: https://www.instagram.com/tingletasticasmr/
- Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/tingletastic/
Explore more about Sue and Evy:
- Evy’s YouTube Channel:
- Sue’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/WhisperHub
- Sue’s I Love ASMR Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/iLOVEAutonomousSensoryMeridianResponse
Learn more about ASMR:
- Website: ASMR University
- Podcast: ASMR University Podcast
- Book: Brain Tingles
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Thank you so much Dr Richard for this wonderful article 🙂