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maybe 90% male.
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MMM, you obviously don't know enough women well enough! I think men are just a bit more open about being dirty, women save it for their friends.
I've been told I've corrupted people's minds with my.... sense of humour, shall we say...
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MMM, you obviously don't know enough women well enough! I think men are just a bit more open about being dirty, women save it for their friends.
After spending time with some of my female friends, I would have to agree with you.
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Well, not really. I went to a mixed school always (hence having more male friends) and I tend to get along with all my boyfriend's friends and their girlfriends, but now I am at uni and at a women's college. It feels a bit odd not hearing a deep voice for a few days at a time..!
That is generalisation blissy-chan, not all boys have deep voices, and not all girls have higher voices.
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The poll should read opposite sex, same sex, same.
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(Original post by Daveo)
The poll should read opposite sex, same sex, same.
It is the weekend, I don't like to think too much *twitches* gain bandwidth product *twitches*
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That is generalisation blissy-chan, not all boys have deep voices, and not all girls have higher voices.
Right, well I am in an environment where I live with 300 other women. If I stay in college I won't hear a deep voice at all. I think I am a bit of an authority on it!

And yes, it is a generalisation because there are very few people who defy this in general
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(Original post by blissy)
Right, well I am in an environment where I live with 300 other women. If I stay in college I won't hear a deep voice at all. I think I am a bit of an authority on it!

And yes, it is a generalisation because there are very few people who defy this in general
Maybe not at your college, but there are girls with deepish voices at my school. I also managed to find an almost exact clone of me, personality, interests but not looks or height, in year 8. It was really quite scary.
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And yes, it is a generalisation because there are very few people who defy this in general
I am sorry general blissy-chan
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FFbloodyS. Women don't have the same kind of resonant low voices as men even if they have a "low" female voice.
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(Original post by wiwarin_mir)
Maybe not at your college, but there are girls with deepish voices at my school. I also managed to find an almost exact clone of me, personality, interests but not looks or height, in year 8. It was really quite scary.
are you sure they are girls .......................... :eek:
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FFbloodyS. Women don't have the same kind of resonant low voices as men even if they have a "low" female voice.
OK, OK blissy-chan, I wasn't disputing your claim, I was simply pointing out that at my school there were such girls.
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(Original post by wiwarin_mir)
OK, OK blissy-chan, I wasn't disputing your claim, I was simply pointing out that at my school there were such girls.
why do you keep saying chan??? we arn't in japan wiwarin_mir-san
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why do you keep saying chan??? we arn't in japan wiwarin_mir-san
that is beside the point, I wish to call blissy-chan that, just as I sometimes call sakura sakura-chan.
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(Original post by wiwarin_mir)
that is beside the point, I wish to call blissy-chan that, just as I sometimes call sakura sakura-chan.
OK each to his own
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OK each to his own
thank you baron-kun.
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that is beside the point, I wish to call blissy-chan that, just as I sometimes call sakura sakura-chan.
what the hell is blablabla-chan :confused:
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what the hell is blablabla-chan :confused:
blissy-chan, she is another member, sakura-chan is my computer and the suffix chan is a term of respect which orginiates into japanese.
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I have a wide mix of friends, both female and male. In the 'main' group of best friends 6 are female and 4 are male, i think having that gives a better awarness and conifdence in talking to different people. If you only talk to one gender, just imagine how uncomfortable it would be to speak to the other gender.. for me because i talk to everyone, male or female when it comes to talking to girls at social events or where ever i find it much easier than some lads i know because they aren't used to talking to them.
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I have a wide mix of friends, both female and male. In the 'main' group of best friends 6 are female and 4 are male, i think having that gives a better awarness and conifdence in talking to different people. If you only talk to one gender, just imagine how uncomfortable it would be to speak to the other gender.. for me because i talk to everyone, male or female when it comes to talking to girls at social events or where ever i find it much easier than some lads i know because they aren't used to talking to them.
Well, my best friend is male and the next circle of friends are made up mostly of girls, the outer sphere of friends are most male as well.
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