- Straight: When speaking, Alice keeps her volume louder than normal.
- Exaggerated: ALICE ALWAYS SCREAMS WHILE TALKING NO MATTER WHERE SHE IS OR WHAT THE SITUATION!!!!!!
- Downplayed: Alice is not that loud but still pretty loud.
- Alice is mute.
- Alice talks too quietly to hear.
- Subverted: We see Alice yelling, and Bob says she does that all the time. But he sees that she does not yell all the time.
- Double Subverted: However, it turns out Bob was right, the time she was quiet was an exception.
- Parodied: Alice is a ninja. As she's sneaking down a dark corridor, we hear her repeating, "STRIKE FROM SECRECY! STRIKE FROM SECRECY!" Moments later, she wonders where all those guards came from.
- Zig Zagged: One minute, Alice is quiet, but the next she's yelling.
- Averted: Alice speaks at normal volume.
- Enforced: Alice is a character in a play, but the auditorium has bad acoustics. If the actress didn't speak loudly, the audience wouldn't hear her.
- "She's always shouting... Does she even have an indoor voice?"
- "THIS IS MY INDOOR VOICE!"
- Invoked: Alice is incredibly emotional, a great distance from the other person and can't or won't approach them, or both, and so she feels the need to scream.
- Exploited: ???
- Defied: Alice really wants to shout at Bob, but she tamps it down in favour of a Tranquil Fury.
Alice: I KNOW I YELL A LOT, BUT—
Bob: That would be putting it mildly.
- Conversed: "I hate these shows where everyone yells all the time — that's terrible acting and worse writing."
- Implied: Alice is The Ghost, but every other character says she yells all the time.
- Deconstructed: Alice's constant yelling gives everybody she meets some form of hearing loss.
GO BACK TO NO INDOOR VOICE!!!!!