Google made an ASMR video about switching to a Pixel, and it’s stressing me out

You can switch from your old phone to a new Google Pixel, or you can close your eyes, breathe, and then mindfully switch to a new Google Pixel. Sorry, I’m trying to force myself into the higher plane of existence that the narrator of this new ad-meets-ASMR meditation session from Google is on, and the edibles haven’t kicked in yet.

The video above guides you through the process of getting all of your data onto a new Pixel, with meditative advice laid atop a slideshow of gorgeous vistas. It’s relaxing at first, but don’t take it too seriously. The chill vibes eventually give way to a cutting line of existential dread that then pivots the video completely into cringey meme territory.

Just a snippet of one-liners from the video to quickly get you in the zone in case you don’t have time to watch.

What follows is a lightly edited transcript of The Verge’s Slack after editor Chris Welch pasted in the link with the ever-appropriate reaction “…what.”

Me: this is actually very stressful

Chaim Gartenberg: friiiiiiiiiiday

Chaim: powerful friday brand energy

Chaim: also we should 1000 percent tldr this

Sean O’Kane: cameron you’re right there is something really stressful about this lol

Mitchell Clark: What is this

Sean: I’ll have what google’s having

Chris Welch: is that…. God.

Unconfirmed: God may have appeared in this Google Pixel ad.

Me: bruh…maybe…

Dan Seifert: big palm pre commercial vibes

Dieter Bohn: WTF THIS IS HUGE PALM PRE AD ENERGY

Originally posted: Source link


Leave a Reply

Subscribe to our newsletter

Join our monthly newsletter and never miss out on new stories and promotions.
Techhnews will use the information you provide on this form to be in touch with you and to provide updates and marketing.

You can change your mind at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from us, or by contacting us at newsletter@techhnews.com. We will treat your information with respect.

%d bloggers like this: