The popular internet personality decided to dig into some pasta during her June 30 stream, before viewers started to realize that she wasn't biting any of it, but just swallowing it whole instead.
This isn't the first time the strange technique has been uncovered during her streams, of course, as she can be seen eating soft foods in this way on a regular basis. However, this time things never worked out as she probably intended.
The cosplayer, who often hosts dance streams on Twitch, is known for doing some things that would certainly raise a few eyebrows during streams, too, after confusing her viewers with a bizarre Twister stream in June - wearing a donkey headdress.
This time, after working her way through a bowl of pasta during the broadcast, a piece seemed to get stuck in her throat.
It goes without saying that not breaking up the food using her teeth was always going to cause problems, but what happened next might well have turned some fans' stomaches - or made them laugh, depending on their humor.
Amouranth seemed to be purposely edging towards the microphone as she attempted to swallow a piece of pasta, before coughing some of it back up, making a noise that not everybody would want the pleasure of hearing.
The streamer comfortably let the food shoot right out of her mouth and it fell near her setup, but it didn't phase her from continuing her ASMR stream attempt. The sounds here, though, aren't likely to please many of the people watching at home.
As noted earlier, this isn't the first time that Amouranth has showcased her strange eating habit. In fact, when fans first noticed her doing it back in February 2019, she even went as far as offering an explanation - explaining that it wasn't really a choice.
"I can't chew my food bro," she said. "I have braces on the back of my teeth and if I chew my food, the wax comes off and my tongue gets cut up."
Therefore, it would appear that the chances of the streamer starting to bite down on her food in the near future - at least - seems very slim indeed.
Until then, if that time ever comes, fans might yet see this happen over and over again.
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