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My own voice.
64 56%
Someone else's.
12 11%
It varies.
38 33%
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#2
Usually my own... sometimes it's other people's if there's a reason for it though.
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#3
It keeps telling me to kill people, then when I do it he keeps telling me some more!
Stupid voice.
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#4
I don't have one. I usually say it out loud not in my head....
#6
Depends. I cycle through various voices, Stephen Fry is a common one. And I know the one that's meant to be my voice doesn't actually sound like me.
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#7
I sometimes hear it in the voice of a character from a cartoon I'm watching alot at the moment.

At the moment it's either Jorgen Van Strangle or Cosmo from Fairly Oddparents.

Realising you've been thinking "And NOW I WILL GO GET GROCERIES and carry them home in a bag wit mah ahsome mahscles" in Jorgen's voice is very, very odd.
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#8
I don't have a voice in my head unless I'm thinking of what to say or type.

Or is that the voice you meant? Cos it seems like most voices in people's heads are the ones that tell them to KILL.
#9
My own, in my original viking dialect
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#10
Nice thread.


Yeah, i hear it in my own voice unless i'm reading a book. I really struggled to read a brief history of time without thinking of Steven's voice.

I heard some people only think in pictures. That's mad.

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#11
I hear Morgan Freeman's voice duhhh....
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#12
Either Stephen Fry, a chorus of Claudio Sanchez and Cedric Bixler-Zavala singing my thoughts, or colours.
...In my opinion.
#13
Someone else's, kind of. It's more a whisper, it's very strange that I'm reading what I'm writing about my voice in my head, in the voice in my head. It's a bit of a mind fuck tbh.
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#14
I don't really know how I would characterize the voice. I guess it would be my own, but, you know, I can't actually hear it to make sure.
#15
Quote by CoreysMonster
I sometimes hear it in the voice of a character from a cartoon I'm watching alot at the moment.

At the moment it's either Jorgen Van Strangle or Cosmo from Fairly Oddparents.

Realising you've been thinking "And NOW I WILL GO GET GROCERIES and carry them home in a bag wit mah ahsome mahscles" in Jorgen's voice is very, very odd.

Jeez man, every time I read your posts it seems to remind me of Fairly Oddparents, this one is obvious why, but there are other ones not related to it

the Fairly Oddparents - Maybe a group/thread is coming along............ Get on it Corey!(I don't think your name is Corey, just don't know what it is!)
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"You Ugly git!" - That girl in the restaurant

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#16
Does anyone else think it's no voice at all? Like you only absorb the meaning of the text rather than phrase out each word in your head?
#17
Yes, it's my voice in my head, but for some reason it's speaking Finnish. I can't speak Finnish.
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#18
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Does anyone else think it's no voice at all? Like you only absorb the meaning of the text rather than phrase out each word in your head?


For simple reading things, yes, the more complex it gets the more I have to actually say it in my head and if I'm really getting mindfucked I might even have to read it out loud...

But that does only apply to reading, theres also the little things you tell yourself every day, little thoughts you have about all kinds of things... if they're being "vocalised" as it were they must have a voice...
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#20
Quote by piop
Does anyone else think it's no voice at all? Like you only absorb the meaning of the text rather than phrase out each word in your head?


I think most people are like this, or at least most people i've asked.

I genuinely feel i think in sentences a lot of the time. If i can't think of the next word or phrase previous phrase will just repeat itself until i do.

Example:


If i feel like i've forgotten something.

"i feel like, like, it feels like, it feels like I'm missing something important" Obviously it's a quick process and doesn't take as long as saying the sentence.

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#22
If I can get past the songs that are usually playing in my head from the moment I wake up, there's a whole cast of people that have played the voice in my head. Me (usually of course), Morgan Freeman, Ian McKellan, Toki Wartooth, Skwisgaar Skwigwelf, Dr. Rockzo the Rock'n'roll Clown, and since I've been sick, Hugh Laurie in character as Dr. House, complete with Massive Attack playing in the background.
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#23
If i am thinking something through, i usually use my own voice, but for some reason use different phrases to what i would usually use when talking to someone.

When i am reading a book, i read dialogue how i would imagine the characters to sound.
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#24
There are two voices in my head: one is quite optimistic and the other is pessimistic and cynical. They're both my own voice though.
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#25
It's still my voice. But sometimes it's british because of my tendency to binge on Charlie Brooker episodes. or Screenwipe or whatever you people are calling it these days.

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#27
It's definitely my own voice, but for some reason I hear it in the voice of me when I was younger. Unless I'm thinking about a memory or reading something like "Good news, everyone!" or Stephen Colbert's I Am America (And So Can You!). Then I here it in the voice of the associated person.
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#28
It sounds like what I hear my voice to sound like.
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#29
Quote by CoreysMonster
I sometimes hear it in the voice of a character from a cartoon I'm watching alot at the moment.

At the moment it's either Jorgen Van Strangle or Cosmo from Fairly Oddparents.

Realising you've been thinking "And NOW I WILL GO GET GROCERIES and carry them home in a bag wit mah ahsome mahscles" in Jorgen's voice is very, very odd.

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Sometimes though I hear a relaxed, reserved drawl. Sorta like a librarian or a bingo caller or something.
#30
Own voice, or altleast, the voice i hear when i talk, which is ofcourse not the same as my actual voice.
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#31
I don't "hear" anything I read. I usually see the words on the page and instantly visualize a concept or action.

When thinking, I "hear" my thoughts in my own voice... from when I was 10 or 11.

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#34
My own.
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#36
mine sounds like morgan freeman
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