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What is the above poster's voice?
I'm not sure if this isn't against the rules so lock it if it is
edited 15th Feb '11 1:26:53 PM by Eyedol829
Repulsively high and squeaky.
One of those amused-sounding voices where you expect the speaker to burst out in giggles at any moment.
Creepy Monotone you put on your page, and so Creepy Monotone it shall be, punctuated with bursts of psycho giggling. (Well, maybe not creepy monotone.)
A monotone of a more Yuki Nagato-esque variety.
Sounds like a typical teenage girl of European descent, only with a little bit of a smoker's gravel.
edited 15th Feb '11 1:41:46 PM by Snicklin
Bread makes me think wheat, and wheat makes me think crops and farmers. Unfortunately, from there I think of The Wurzels, and suddenly I'm imagining you ending every post with "ooh-arr ooh-arr". >.>
Genki Girl fangirlish, punctuated by plenty of squeeing. (My interactions with you in the Troper Shipping and Moe Anime threads are largely responsible for shaping this view.)
Well, I suppose it's to be expected: the longer I stay with my Yuki avatar, the more and more people are going to conflate me with her...
edited 15th Feb '11 2:43:22 PM by SabresEdge
Masculine version of Minori Chihara.
A 16 year old girl
edited 15th Feb '11 2:40:02 PM by fringeman
Kind of an unnaturally deep thirteen-year-old boy's voice, I'm not sure why.
You think I sound like a miserable little shrieking goblin? That hurts me, Bisected. On the inside.
edited 15th Feb '11 5:22:09 PM by MsieurLapin
Nel, for irony's sake.
Which English and which Welsh accents?
edited 15th Feb '11 5:16:55 PM by Bisected8
A weird combination of English and Welsh, namely British newscaster English (I believe it's called Received Pronunciation, I can't remember all the English accent names) with a hint of Welsh.
edited 15th Feb '11 5:25:03 PM by rmctagg09
Sean Connery, oddly enough.
Really? My accent's probably American Standard English, or basically a general North American accent.
For you, midwestern American English.
Like a regular dude...from MARS!
Like this guy.
Feminine, with a bit of a slightly-undefinable accent and a tendency to enunciate things very clearly.
Australian, mainly Eastern Australian.
Like the dub's Staravia, for some reason.
A simultaneously feminine and masculine voice.
High, like Madonna's singing voice.
A monotone sort of voice, almost mechanical in sound.
A loud, deep, expressive baritone.
edited 16th Feb '11 8:15:02 AM by annebeeche
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