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10 struggles only girls with deep voices will understand

30 July 2015, 15:01Trudy Rozani

1. You get called sir, or bhuti over the phone

phone, woman

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2. You’re irrationally annoyed at the next stranger who is startled when you speak, and asks: "is that your voice?"

annoyed, Steve Harvey

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3. When people joke that you’ve been smoking for years, but you’ve never even touched a cigarette

smoking fail

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4. When your folks tell you to "speak higher". All love, though.

Debra Morgan

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5. You literally sound like your dad when you wake up in the morning.

she's the man, Olivia

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6. Singing high notes takes concentration.

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7. You intimidate the hell out of some guys.

Beyonce crying

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8. You think twice before you shout, because: nodules.

Naomi, woosah

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9. People always ask if you’re sick, or have a sore throat

Annoyed Phaedra

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10. And after all that, you realise that you wouldn’t trade your God-given deep and velvety voice for any other.

 nene snapping

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- Women24


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