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@70 Normally I'd agree with you but that actually makes sense because he can have a high-pitched voice when singing. Even some of the best male singers can sing high notes (called false-setio.)

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What? That's a terrible story. What's she going to say? "One time when I was driving, I tried to hit a high note in a song and ended up crashing my car." Yeah great story.

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Ya see sonny. The year was 2014. A cold and dreary February morning. every thing was fine, until that blasted song came on the radio.... I was singing along splendidly, then while attempting to hit the high note in "the way" by Ariana Grande I passed out. I smashed my car into the bumper of another car. To this day, that song is banned from being played in our town. I refused to drive after that day, I walked to work up hill both ways.

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Perhaps I could be more clear. I don't think being at fault means you deserve it necessarily. Something can be your fault without you deserving whatever outcome happens. When people die texting and driving, I wouldn't say they deserve it. It's their fault, perhaps they had it coming, but they don't deserve it. There's a distinction I think a lot of people don't understand. And clearly some people can't even understand a comment written with decent English. I said it was OP's fault.

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