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  1. #11
    gulliver h
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    Re: Old woman's voice?

    her voice sounds like cookies and milk.



  2. #12
    Joe Zeff
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    Re: Old woman's voice?

    "her voice was thin an reedy like the piping of a song bird."

  3. #13
    M. K. Theo
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    Re: Old woman's voice?

    Go to places that the real elderly (the walker crowd) hang out, like buffets. Listen to the old ladies talk while they hobble around.

    Joe: just read you description above. The birds around our house are as noisy as hell, fighting and squabbling and pushing each other off the perches on the bird feeder or the edge bird bath.

  4. #14
    Joe Zeff
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    Re: Old woman's voice?

    Not all birds are that noisy, and I was describing my mother's voice. (She's 87.)

  5. #15
    Beautiful Loser
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    Re: Old woman's voice?

    Awe, that was sweet, Joe.

    And I agree with you about the birds. Some birds are so quiet, you can barely hear them. Hummingbirds don't sing, but I love to hear the sound of their buzzy wings.

  6. #16
    Kitty Foyle
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    Re: Old woman's voice?

    "Old" men, on the other hand -- their voices go up an octave (provided they weren't heavy smokers). At least something goes up! :-)

    (Sorry, couldn't help it! Now, I reckon Greg will come after me with a blunt instrument.)

    *_*

  7. #17
    Dave Odle
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    Re: Old woman's voice?

    Whenever I hear a Hummingbird close to me, I think it's a wasp and go to screaming.

    Dang things.

  8. #18
    Beautiful Loser
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    Re: Old woman's voice?

    bzzzzzz...I couldn't resist, Dave.

    How about the cooing sound pidgeons make?

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