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May 30, 2008

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Dale Hazelton

I don't really hear anyone else's voice but my own when I read. But what is weird (or maybe not) is that I can sense my tongue moving ever so slightly to make the sounds of the vowels and consonants I'm seeing on the page. Anyone else conscious of doing this?

JD

I hear everything in Seth MacFarlane's voice. His real voice. It's maddening.

Norm

If I heard Seth MacFarlane's voice that often, I'd want to drown myself.

sohbet

I hear everything in Seth MacFarlane's voice. His real voice. It's maddening.

sohbet

I don't really hear anyone else's voice but my own when I read.

Estetik Doktoru

Issues were detailed and concise description. Thank you to past labor.

Rosy Smith

My friend in America says he often finds himself reading with my voice in his head, and when Im in exams I always read the test papers with my teachers voice. Its really weird but pretty awesome.

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