Hearing someone's voice for the first time.
A person's voice can be like a newborn baby giraffe- really sweet and adorable, but all KINDS of awkward; or it can be like some of these summertime blockbuster movies- it's maybe all right, but ultimately kind of a letdown (and definitely not worth $9 ticket price).
Annnyway, Jaya forced me to do that accent thingie that's roaming the vast halls of Tumblr. FORCED ME.
Soooo, mystery revealed; my voice is like saccharine sweet honey dripping from... hahaha, joking.
Ssscheck it out. GO AHEAD AND JUDGE ME FOR SAYING "CAR-MUL" AND NOT "CAR-A-MEL." In my defense, if I don't have to say an extra syllable, I AIN'T GONNA.
Things you might learn about me via this video:
001/ I am a fidgeter. Fidget, fidget.
002/ I'm not wearing sunglasses to be a douche. Jaya just reminded me that watching video of people not looking directly the camera is painful.
003/ I'm a looooow talker (I'm whispering right now).
004/ I'm not much of enunciator. I mean, "com-fa-toh-bull"?
005/ I be from Los Angeles, CA. REPRESENT.
006/ In order to diffuse possibly awkward and unfunny situations, I "tend' to (re: probably always) sound like a gay choirmaster who's in love with show tunes. Trust me, you'll understand when (or if, I dunno if you want to watch this. no pressure) the second video.
Here's the list of words:
Kaya's "Accent." from Jaya T on Vimeo.
HOLLLLA! from Jaya T on Vimeo.
Check out Jaya's and compare. Do we sound alike?? I dunnno...
**A LITTLE FYI: I know that you can't really see it, but here's the inspiration for my hairdooooo. I've been wearing my huuurrrr like this maybe 6 out of 7 days a week. (Found on HOY Fashion).