Attention all anxiety-people, this oddly satisfying compilation is just for you!
"In 2018, we don’t need to be able to explain why we like something in order for it to exist, I think we’ve always had a desire to watch these type of things, but we just didn’t have a language for it. Now we do,' says Kevin Allocca, head of trends and culture at YouTube and author of Videocracy.
So why are oddly satisfying videos so satisfying to watch? It’s hard to explain why the motions feel so right, but there is an undeniable allure to the work as if it scratches an itch you didn’t know you had.
For your pleasure, here's a 10-minute video of oddly satisfying things to watch.