What does the voice in your head sound like?

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fawna-chan

fawna-chan

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If you're talking about my subconsious voice, it sounds strangely like my mother. Whenever I'm about to think of doing something stupid, my "mother" tells me to stop doing that stupid thing. Really strange if you think about it. :)

  • Jan 14, 2007

loveable-IY

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Hmm The little voice in my head sounds kind and calm....
Akward... but that's how it sounds XD

melikecookies

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cookie monster

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I don't think I have a voice in my head. You can think about stuff without having to have a voice in your head say it.

But when I talk to myself (in my head), the voice sounds like me...

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  • Jan 14, 2007

Zangetsu-ssl

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Mine sounds really annoying. When I'm typing things and get stuck because I can't think of how to express what I want to write... it uses Japanese phrases like 'demo', 'dakara', 'eto', 'ano' etc. . In a way it's probably like Kyon (Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu) and Kon (Bleach) in one. ^_^'

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  • Jan 14, 2007
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I have two voices in my head. The first one is very soft, very light, almost fragile-like, like an angelic choir. The second is of a male (surprisingly, I have a male voice in my head XD), but his voice is very sweet and comforting. I usually hear him when I'm broken-hearted; it's like he's the one who tries to comfort me, to tell me it's alright... I wish I could meet him and give him a hug XD

  • Jan 14, 2007

etoo

etoo

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mine is just the same as my normal voice.

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Mine has a habit of changing voices. ^_^' Sometimes it sounds like my own voice, sometimes like a friend's, sometimes like a familiar anime character's, etc. When I'm typing and I try to imagine what I'm saying would actually sound like if I were to say it in person, the voice in which it is said changes based on what I'm trying to say.

I don't hear it when I'm reading, but I don't sound out the words that I read anymore, so that's probably why I don't hear it.

  • Jan 14, 2007

heavenANDearth

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The Loner.....

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Mine has a weird dark voice....

In fact, I'm kinda freaked out by it.

It kinda reminds me of hollow Ichigo's voice from bleach.

Amadeus317

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Quote by segnojI guess the question sounds stupid, but I'm seriously asking what does the voice in your head sound like?

For example, when you type things out, don't you have that unnoticeable voice in your head as you type each word out? You do...right?

You hear this sound in your head, do you still sound like the person when you talk or someone completely different?

I was just wondering cause the voice in my head doesn't sound like the way I talk at all.

The voice kinda sounds like as if some chibi anime character's voice talking in my head = ="

So yeah...don't know if you guys are the same as me, but maybe it's just my imagination ^_^'

You wouldn't happen to have a case of schizophrenia, would 'ya? j/k

I'm not sure how to answer that question. If you're talking about what comparing your voice to how you normally speak to that of how you sound on a recorder or the phone, then I'd say that I sound much different that what people would normally tell me.

If, on the other hand, I was sleeping, I'd probably hear dozens of voices in my head if I was dreaming. That is, if I was dreaming at all.

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  • Jan 14, 2007

TrigunPreacherGirl

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Alchemic Heartbeat

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I don't have the "subconscious voice" thing (I do have a conscience, though... *rolls eyes at the bad joke*). When I'm typing, for example, an essay, or my response here, it just "sounds" like me when I'm thinking. However, if I'm thinking about/remembering what someone else has said, then it's predominantly in their voice, or close to how I remember their voice.
Sometimes, with reading (manga, or a book), if I've read past a few chapters, my mind will automatically "pick out" voices for the characters, based on their personality, etc.; if I've seen the film for the book, or the anime version of the manga, then the voices will be how they are in the film or anime. Other than that, I don't think a subconscious voice exists for me-I don't even really "hear" the voices in my dreams; it's more like it's conveyed with a gesture and expression, or there may be a voice, but the mouth doesn't move.
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  • Jan 14, 2007

maidoflorraine08

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It depends on the mood I'm in. I have my "mother" too, the one that's poking me when I'm torn between stuff I want to do and stuff I should do.

Then there's my "brain" voice, that's always making connections and usually says stuff that I can't say without feeling like a know-it-all.

Then there's my "party girl" side that only comes out to play during like, school dances and stuff, and tries to encourage me to do bold, carefree (and usually stupid) things. XD

Probably the "voice" that I hang out with the most is my "hopeless romantic" voice. It's my dreamy, girly-girl voice that's always making me want to write sappy romance at decidedly inconvinient times.

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  • Jan 15, 2007

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