Now that Netflix Wednesday he won Strange things 4 As the most-watched English-language series in a single week, we thought we’d help ease your tired eyes for a restful night’s sleep.
Mystery comedy series starring Jenna Ortega while the titular goth girl turned detective debuted on Netflix November 23. It has since garnered over 341.23 million views in less than a week.
But for every great detective, there’s a great partner too Wednesday Addams he has practically the best assistant any detective could ask for: working.
Thing is the disembodied expressive hand that joins Wednesday during her stay at Nevermore Academy for Outcasts. Sent there by her parents, Morticia and Gomez, after an incident with piranhas in the pool at her former “normie” high school, Wednesday is determined to escape. That is until strange deaths start happening around campus. Our horror heroine is determined to find out who is behind them.
As her capable assistant, working it helps in recognition and protection, even serving as cupid for Wednesday’s blackened heart.
from YouTube Made in France ASMR It has created a video playing working as an audio/visual stimulus to ease your heart rate.
Autonomic sensory meridian response (ASMR) is a technique that uses sound and images to help stimulate tactile sensations. The therapy has not been thoroughly studied, but many users swear by its benefits.
Made in France ASMRaka Maxence Rodier, is a YouTube channel dedicated to this therapy, making cosplay the main mode of influence. With videos titled “Doctor Tingle”, “Tailor Tingler,” and “Dealer Tingler,” Rodier uses lightly amplified organic sounds to lull your restless heart to sleep.
“My name is Maxence and I’m a French filmmaker making ASMR videos since 2014,” his bio reads. “All my studies in film and sound design allow me to produce the best sounds and visuals I can to relax you, help you sleep and dream, and hopefully trigger your ASMR tingles.”
One of his most popular videos is of him playing Harry Potter writing in Voldemort’s journal.
His working the video has already garnered over 204,000 views as of October 30.