Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Fulldrive-1, Dec 14, 2017.
Do they really need to speak
If you ask James Taylor, it isn't what she's got to say, but how she thinks and where she's been.
Shoot, but then again, to him, the words are nice the way they sound...
To be honest, I'm now getting mixed messages from James Taylor.
I work with a 26 year old girl that sounds like a 76 year old women. She's my favorite one.
Disclaimer: Didn't read the other responses.
The timbre of a woman's voice isn't as important as what she's saying, but up-speak, vocal fry and overuse of the word "like" are immediate turn-offs. Fortunately, women whom I find interesting rarely exhibit those unfortunate qualities.
Right, or a tacky New Yawk or New Joisey accent. Those drive me up a wall. The closer you get to Manhattan, the more you hear that.
Good. You're leaving many bonny Irish, Kiwi, and Aussie lassies for the rest of us.
Everything matters but attitude is everything.
I'm talking about American upspeak, the teen vocal affliction that some never outgrow, but you knew that.
An attractive feminine speaking voice that goes with a beautiful face is a nice feature to have, but not imperative. It's been my experience that most if not all attractive women can sound sexy in some capacity when they try to (or even if they're not attractive - like those commercials that make fun of erotic phone numbers, where the woman on the other end looks nothing like she sounds). Some women just naturally sound sexy whenever they speak, regardless of the topic or mood; I know a couple of those too. I'd say an attractive feminine singing voice coming out of a beautiful face is far more captivating and mesmerizing for me.
I knew that, and you knew I knew that, so we can laugh together about the differences in inflections across the nations, but you knew that.
Absolutely, a nasal, whiny, annoying voice is a huge turn off. And no matter how hot she is, once you get mad at her all you'll hear is that voice.
Now to this young lady. I wouldn't kick her out of bed for eating crackers, but she really does have particularly point knees.
Bear this in mind whilst planning that blind date.
Absolutely positively. Anyone thinking otherwise has never spent much time with a girl with a truly offensive voice.
I once dated an absolutely stunning girl, a solid 9+ that could have easily modeled, so much so that when she was spotted in my office building parking lot, the animals on my floor would make the call and gather at the windows to drool. The pro that I was, I actually got her to join me for lunch, and a week or so later, we were 'dating'. Well the novelty wore off quickly. As beautiful (and sweet!) as she was, she had a voice that could cut glass, and by the second month I just couldn't bear it anymore.
Then there was that other girl with the horsey laugh ...
None at all.
It is what she says not how she says it?
I agree with Lake Bell in this clip. It is from her movie "In A World" about the voice over industry. She also has been vocal (no pun intended) about the effect it has on women and their success in their careers.
It is a funny movie BTY. Shot at a buddies studio in Burbank.
Sorry, but my first negative thought was a strong southern accent that got higher in pitch the more angry or excited she became, complete with over-simplistic vocabulary that was compensated for with obscenities. Add snorting like a horse when she laughed...Whoa!
I prefer a lady with a pinkish hue, a rosy glow and great eyebrows.
And if you stick your hand in her hair, it must be fairly easy to get it out.