Is This Butt Guy Video Creepy Or Soothing? YOU Be The Judge

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Is This Butt Guy Video Creepy Or Soothing? YOU Be The Judge
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I'm going to go with soothing ...

Last night I was scrolling through Facebook stalking my … uhh … I mean just browsing the good old Facebook when I received a notification that I had a new message.

YAY! I love new messages.

So I clicked into Messenger and there was a video. 

OK, I’m game.

At first, I was very creeped out, yet I continued to watch. There was something soothing about this man’s voice.

However, the visual was … interesting, to say the least.

Here’s the video so you can see what I’m talking about:

What we (my friends and I) have now dubbed as the “butt guy” video seems to be going viral and I can see why.

The first thing I noticed was that his butt cheeks reminded me of Pillsbury doughboy biscuits.


AFDR

Please tell me I'm not the only one who thinks that?

Comments on message boards range from, “WTF AM I WATCHING?” to “Wow, that was totally rad and kind of gave me chills.”

People have also been comparing it to ASMR (Autonomous sensory meridian response) videos, which people seem to either love or hate — passionately.

The video's intent is to give the viewer a tingly sensation, relieve anxiety and help with insomnia.

Normally, I'm not a fan, but this particular video mesmerized me.

This clay animation man looked into my soul.

He drew me like I was Kate Winslet in the movie Titanic (HOW THE HELL DID HE KNOW THAT WAS MY FANTASY?!)

He spoke to me softly, gently, like a real man seducing my senses.

Phew! OK! I got a little sidetracked there, didn't I?

The video has been viewed over 800,000 times on Vimeo and Twitter has some reactions to it.

I give this video a thumbs up and can't wait to see more from creator Kristen Lepore.

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