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Mary Wakefield

Are you tingle-minded? The rapid rise of ASMR

2 November 2019

9:00 AM

2 November 2019

9:00 AM

I once had a flatmate called Tom, who behaved very oddly when our cleaner came round. On mornings when she was due he’d become strangely excited, like a man waiting for a date, though Madge (70) seemed an unlikely target. I would leave the flat so that Madge could get on with it, but Tom would insist on staying.

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