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So, if I kidnap you, record your voice, play it back to you multiple times, I can torture you and ask for money? *rubs paws maliciously together*

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So, if I kidnap you, record your voice, play it back to you multiple times, I can torture you and ask for money? *rubs paws maliciously together*

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I totally get that OP, everyone hates the sound of their own voice. I think I sound annoying as hell as well, and I ask people how they can stand listening to my voice and they usually tend to say "It's cute", so your voice probably isn't as annoying as you think it is.

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Apparently it is just because we aren't used to the real sound of our voice (since we hear it 'from inside') and it is just too weird for us to hear our own voice but differently, so disgust kicks in. But maybe in op's case it is rather not the sound of her voice that she finds annoying but the way she talks and the things she says. We also tend I think to find what we say to be useless and dumb, that might sometimes be the case though.

It's okay OP. We tend to be a bit more critical of ourselves than others. I'm sure your voice isn't nearly as annoying as you think.

Unless you sound like Buggs Bunny or Spongebob all the time I'm guessing its cool. Try and slow it down, your voice may sound better.

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#27, Yeah I do, sounds like Chris Tucker on speed with his nuts in a clamp all the while inhaling helium. Spongebob's voice has to be one of the most annoying sounds known to man.

Almost everyone hates their own voice the first couple times they hear it. I've adjusted from hearing it often enough - you're probably fine.

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No, the way you sound on tape IS the way you sound to other people. The reason it sounds so much different from your point of view is because you're hearing it resonated through your skull and facial bones.

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