Top Ten Problems With Having a Loud VoiceEven when I talk normally, I have a naturally stronger voice than most, and though this does make me easily heard when people are listening, there are drawbacks.
When you're talking to someone next to you, people may hear the conversation, or at least half of it, from the other end of the room, or through a wall. It's certainly not ideal if you're trying to keep a secret. Even the softest whisper can be heard from not that far away.
And this results to my paranoia of people eavesdropping. It's natural for people to eavesdrop.
I have a loud voice and don't mind it. Except in this situation.
So you've just met someone, and you talk naturally to them until their eardrums explode. Well, maybe not, but people do focus more on the volume of the voice than the content of their speech. And that doesn't say anything about you, but it's what they get out of it. People will think you're trying to get attention.
I cannot stand it when this happens! How about minding your own business and try to block it out! Instead, they don't listen to the motto: If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say it.
Dude, I know EXACTLY how you feel! People always laugh at me when I talk in class!
I'm really neither of these things. But when in even the slightest of disagreements or lightest of discussions, it sounds like I'm raising my voice. I'm really not. This still gives bad impressions when it comes to argument, and I really hate it if it's someone I know well and respect, because it makes proper communication harder. It's particularly annoying if I'm talking to someone with a particularly quiet voice, of which I know a fair few.
Ugh, I know the feeling.
When people stop you mid-conversation and ask why you're shouting, or when someone comes over and asks you to turn it down, or when you stop talking and you realise that you were heard at the other end of the room, all eyes are on you.
My mom always tells me to be quieter.
My relatives are Asian and they always talk so loud to me that it it can be embarrassing sometimes
If you naturally talk loudly, you naturally laugh even louder. And when you laugh, it looks, or sounds, like you're overreacting, or grabbing attention.
My relatives are Asian and they laugh so loud at parties.
I only found out recently that I talk in my sleep. And it's because I spooked my friend at night. And when it's loud, it could wake anyone up.
Because everyone hears what you're saying, people don't think you're hiding anything. You simply come across as down to Earth. In my mind, however, I'm much more complicated, and deep thinking. It's sad that people don't see that about me.
My voice certainly isn't naturally loud, but I make a point of avoiding microphones whenever possible. I speak better when I have to project my voice.
Whenever I hear see a loud talker using a microphone, I have the urge to say "why shout? " but being a timid little thing, I leave it for someone else to say.
When you talk into a microphone, whether you're on stage or being recorded, your voice distorts and is surrounded by noise.
I respect this, of course, but that doesn't change the fact that it is irritating. Especially when you're interrupted just because of that. Sometimes, I just have to express myself.
Two of my friends are really loud! In class when everyone is talking, everyone's voices are blended together, but my friend is talking over everyone without meaning to!
Happens to me a lot:
I am not screaming, I am talking on a normal voice.
You can't control them, and they always attract people's attention. Also, the louder you cough or sneeze, the worse people think you are suffering.
Oh...! My father has THE loudest cough you'll ever hear. And hr coughs so suddenly too, right next to someone. You should see them jump!
Whispering is the same as everybody else's normal talking voice