10 Oddly Satisfying Feelings I Hate To Love
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10 Oddly Satisfying Feelings I Hate To Love

Popping pimples? Just stop. Frosting a cake? Hell yes.

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10 Oddly Satisfying Feelings I Hate To Love

It's swept the nation, the "oddly satisfying" trend. Snapchat even has a story that specifically allows users to view "satisfying" videos, which I'm guilty of watching. However, some things make me cringe. Like...

HATE: Popping Pimples

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STOP IT, STOP IT, STOP IT!

HATE: Bath Bombs

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I just don't see the hype. Sure it's pretty, but why does something that you bathe in have to look like cotton candy?

HATE: Burning anything, but especially leaves

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That stuff just scares me. One time, some kid was CENTIMETERS from putting a flame near a piece of paper and I don't condone that sh*t.

HATE: Crunching stuff

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I don't have a preference as to what, but either way, I don't like the feeling.

HATE: Cutting fruit

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Honestly, I'm over it...

LOVE: Cutting Kinetic Sand

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UGH, SO PLEASANT TO LOOK AT!

LOVE: Carving Soap

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Yes, just yes.

LOVE: Slime

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Hate to touch it, love to look at it!

LOVE: Mixing paint

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It's so beautiful to look at...

LOVE: Frosting a cake

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My literal aesthetic, though.

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