...a boy in your 6th form still didn't have a broken voice at all?
What would you think?
What would you say to him?
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- Thread Starter
- 04-01-2015 02:35
- 04-01-2015 02:58
- 04-01-2015 03:01
Yes, it's not really important.
- 04-01-2015 03:18
One of my friends voices still haven't broken and they're at uni now. I don't thinks it's a problem, as long as the person is a good friend, that's all that matters tbh
- 04-01-2015 03:24
Punch them in the throat to see if I could trigger the change.
On a serious note, what can you do other than accept it? It honestly wouldn't bother me anyway...
Too bawse for you, sir.
- 04-01-2015 03:57
Wouldn't think anything of it. Wouldn't say anything. Not my business.
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- 04-01-2015 19:55
I'd think that his voice hasn't dropped yet, he must just be a bit later than others. I wouldn't say anything about it to him or anyone else, he's probably self-conscious about it enough without someone pointing it out to him.
- 05-01-2015 18:58
You wouldn't do anything, don't treat him differently.
- 05-01-2015 19:12
Although the voice usually breaks between 11 and 15, for some it takes until 18.
The boy in question might want to check with his GP to see if there have been any other problems.