The video sees Grimer moving over a series of surfaces to trigger a pleasant form of paresthesia which typically feels like a tingling sensation that begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and upper spine. The oddly satisfying video reveals the sounds that the poison/dark-type Pokémon makes thanks to its slimy, amorphous shape. After looping the video ends with a silent image of Pikachu and Pichu encouraging you to subscribe.
Catch the “Grimer Walking” Pokémon ASMR video above.
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