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(Daily Mail)   I said, NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD HOTTIE SUFFERS FROM "HATRED OF SOUND", SO KEEP IT DOWN PLEASE (w/pics)   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 176
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2012-05-15 06:53:43 PM
I said, I WOULD HIT IT.
 
2012-05-15 06:56:27 PM
SOUNDS LIKE UNIVERSITY WAS A STUPID CHOICE FOR HER THEN.
 
2012-05-15 08:10:02 PM
Let's make this loud and clear: This is a mental health issue, not a hearing issue. You want a real hearing issue: Superior canal dehiscence. Those poor people can hear their eyes moving in their heads.
 
2012-05-15 08:27:59 PM

Earguy: Let's make this loud and clear: This is a mental health issue, not a hearing issue. You want a real hearing issue: Superior canal dehiscence. Those poor people can hear their eyes moving in their heads.


So you're actually an ear guy? I mean, I don't actually make barf...well, I suppose technically...

Nvrmnd, rambling now.
 
2012-05-15 09:13:16 PM
i.dailymail.co.uk

media.tumblr.com
 
2012-05-15 09:51:05 PM

Barfmaker: Earguy: Let's make this loud and clear: This is a mental health issue, not a hearing issue. You want a real hearing issue: Superior canal dehiscence. Those poor people can hear their eyes moving in their heads.

So you're actually an ear guy? I mean, I don't actually make barf...well, I suppose technically...

Nvrmnd, rambling now.


Yeah, I'm an Ear Guy for real.
 
2012-05-15 10:16:13 PM

Earguy: Barfmaker: Earguy: Let's make this loud and clear: This is a mental health issue, not a hearing issue. You want a real hearing issue: Superior canal dehiscence. Those poor people can hear their eyes moving in their heads.

So you're actually an ear guy? I mean, I don't actually make barf...well, I suppose technically...

Nvrmnd, rambling now.

Yeah, I'm an Ear Guy for real.


Oh thank god. I've got this hole in my ear. Both ears, actually. One in each. I stick my finger in there and crud comes out. I can hear my finger.

Any ideas?
 
2012-05-15 10:22:46 PM

Cake Hunter: Earguy: Barfmaker: Earguy: Let's make this loud and clear: This is a mental health issue, not a hearing issue. You want a real hearing issue: Superior canal dehiscence. Those poor people can hear their eyes moving in their heads.

So you're actually an ear guy? I mean, I don't actually make barf...well, I suppose technically...

Nvrmnd, rambling now.

Yeah, I'm an Ear Guy for real.

Oh thank god. I've got this hole in my ear. Both ears, actually. One in each. I stick my finger in there and crud comes out. I can hear my finger.

Any ideas?


Send me your insurance card and I will gladly bill you for a consultation.
 
2012-05-15 10:24:17 PM

Earguy: Cake Hunter: Earguy: Barfmaker: Earguy: Let's make this loud and clear: This is a mental health issue, not a hearing issue. You want a real hearing issue: Superior canal dehiscence. Those poor people can hear their eyes moving in their heads.

So you're actually an ear guy? I mean, I don't actually make barf...well, I suppose technically...

Nvrmnd, rambling now.

Yeah, I'm an Ear Guy for real.

Oh thank god. I've got this hole in my ear. Both ears, actually. One in each. I stick my finger in there and crud comes out. I can hear my finger.

Any ideas?

Send me your insurance card and I will gladly bill you for a consultation.


Thats what the guy next to me in the ER said, too. Hrmph.
 
2012-05-15 11:02:04 PM
aulee.files.wordpress.com

What the subject of the article may look like
 
2012-05-15 11:41:01 PM
If she can't stand slurping sounds, then she probably wouldn't be all that fun to have sex with. :(
 
2012-05-15 11:47:40 PM
Suddenly my silent farts don't sound so discreet.
 
2012-05-16 12:05:32 AM
This gets greenlit?
 
2012-05-16 12:05:43 AM
Dear twit,

Life is full of annoyances. You'll get over it.

/or not, I don't care either way
 
2012-05-16 12:06:16 AM
it makes her hot,tingly anxious.

/crank it up

//FAP
 
2012-05-16 12:06:30 AM
I suffered from hatred of sound after hearing a Ke$ha song on the radio.
 
2012-05-16 12:06:48 AM
www.kirainet.com

I don't like tofu masquerading as meat, either.
 
2012-05-16 12:07:53 AM
I get irrationally angry when people smack and slurp near me, too, but I'm not claiming a medical condition.

/although I do wish I could tell them to shut up
 
2012-05-16 12:07:59 AM
i always expect the worst when i click "hottie" links, but this one was a'ight
 
2012-05-16 12:09:34 AM
#1. if you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. Take distance-ed.

#2. *blasts Lou Reed's "Metal Machine Music" at full volume*
 
2012-05-16 12:09:44 AM
Irrational anger at the slightest sound?

Diagnosis: woman
 
2012-05-16 12:10:07 AM
I'm pretty sure my mother has this too. She can't stand any music or loud sounds.

Outright hatred may be a bit overblown, but the only sounds she can really enjoy are the talking heads on MSNBC.
 
2012-05-16 12:10:26 AM
Bet you a million bucks she'd hate being deaf more.
 
2012-05-16 12:10:31 AM
Aspect ratio. It's a very technical term, I know.
 
2012-05-16 12:10:42 AM

Meisaims: I get irrationally angry when people smack and slurp near me, too, but I'm not claiming a medical condition.

/although I do wish I could tell them to shut up


Never eat at a ramen shop in Japan.
 
2012-05-16 12:11:43 AM

Earguy: Those poor people can hear their eyes moving in their heads.


Eh, are you not supposed to hear that?
 
2012-05-16 12:12:26 AM
I'm super sensitive to sound, too, though perhaps not as sensitive at the lady in TFA. The only way I can "tune out" noises is to take a shiat-ton of Adderall and focus on something else.

It's so bad, that I have to close the doors to both bathrooms when I'm alone in the apartment with the T.V. off or at night when everyone else is asleep because the bathrooms have clocks whose ticks are very audible to me. My husband claims he has to be within a foot of the clocks to hear them ticking, but I seriously can hear them three rooms away. It's maddening.

My shrink blames my ADHD. He says my brain can't always sort out what it needs to focus on, so it often focuses on something (like sound) that's relatively unimportant.

\Yeah, I spent a great deal of time wearing noise-attenuating headphones and earplugs
\\I can't write on ruled (lined) paper for the same reason: I can't "tune out" those fine blue lines...they're the optical equivalent of ticking clocks to me.
 
2012-05-16 12:13:34 AM

mamoru: If she can't stand slurping sounds, then she probably wouldn't be all that fun to have sex with. :(


Says you.

i.cdn.turner.com

/hot
 
2012-05-16 12:13:57 AM

FizixJunkee: I'm super sensitive to sound, too, though perhaps not as sensitive at the lady in TFA. The only way I can "tune out" noises is to take a shiat-ton of Adderall and focus on something else.

It's so bad, that I have to close the doors to both bathrooms when I'm alone in the apartment with the T.V. off or at night when everyone else is asleep because the bathrooms have clocks whose ticks are very audible to me. My husband claims he has to be within a foot of the clocks to hear them ticking, but I seriously can hear them three rooms away. It's maddening.

My shrink blames my ADHD. He says my brain can't always sort out what it needs to focus on, so it often focuses on something (like sound) that's relatively unimportant.

\Yeah, I spent a great deal of time wearing noise-attenuating headphones and earplugs
\\I can't write on ruled (lined) paper for the same reason: I can't "tune out" those fine blue lines...they're the optical equivalent of ticking clocks to me.


Have you considered that you might be batshiat insane?
 
2012-05-16 12:15:49 AM
i102.photobucket.com

She's not that bad. Would hit.
 
2012-05-16 12:16:27 AM
I would pull up to dat bumper and smack dat monkey. I would even promise to be quiet doing it.
 
2012-05-16 12:17:32 AM
Is the hottie behind the snout faced git in the picture?
 
2012-05-16 12:17:32 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Have you considered that you might be batshiat insane?


Are you aware what site you're on? You could ask that of any of us ;)
 
2012-05-16 12:19:21 AM
I know I hate crowd noise. I will avoid going to restaurants during rushes because I simply can't stand it.
 
2012-05-16 12:20:14 AM

RexTalionis: Earguy: Those poor people can hear their eyes moving in their heads.

Eh, are you not supposed to hear that?


can you hear the grasshopper that is at your feet?
 
2012-05-16 12:20:25 AM

Cake Hunter: Earguy: Barfmaker: Earguy: Let's make this loud and clear: This is a mental health issue, not a hearing issue. You want a real hearing issue: Superior canal dehiscence. Those poor people can hear their eyes moving in their heads.

So you're actually an ear guy? I mean, I don't actually make barf...well, I suppose technically...

Nvrmnd, rambling now.

Yeah, I'm an Ear Guy for real.

Oh thank god. I've got this hole in my ear. Both ears, actually. One in each. I stick my finger in there and crud comes out. I can hear my finger.

Any ideas?


Have you looked into storage options for this crud? Might I suggest a bucket?
 
2012-05-16 12:21:10 AM

WhyteRaven74: AverageAmericanGuy: Have you considered that you might be batshiat insane?

Are you aware what site you're on? You could ask that of any of us ;)


The voices just reassured me that I'm perfectly sane.
 
2012-05-16 12:21:48 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: FizixJunkee: I'm super sensitive to sound, too, though perhaps not as sensitive at the lady in TFA. The only way I can "tune out" noises is to take a shiat-ton of Adderall and focus on something else.

It's so bad, that I have to close the doors to both bathrooms when I'm alone in the apartment with the T.V. off or at night when everyone else is asleep because the bathrooms have clocks whose ticks are very audible to me. My husband claims he has to be within a foot of the clocks to hear them ticking, but I seriously can hear them three rooms away. It's maddening.

My shrink blames my ADHD. He says my brain can't always sort out what it needs to focus on, so it often focuses on something (like sound) that's relatively unimportant.

\Yeah, I spent a great deal of time wearing noise-attenuating headphones and earplugs
\\I can't write on ruled (lined) paper for the same reason: I can't "tune out" those fine blue lines...they're the optical equivalent of ticking clocks to me.

Have you considered that you might be batshiat insane?



Or I have ADHD? Noise sensitivity is a very common symptom of ADHD.
 
2012-05-16 12:22:08 AM

FizixJunkee: I'm super sensitive to sound, too, though perhaps not as sensitive at the lady in TFA. The only way I can "tune out" noises is to take a shiat-ton of Adderall and focus on something else.

It's so bad, that I have to close the doors to both bathrooms when I'm alone in the apartment with the T.V. off or at night when everyone else is asleep because the bathrooms have clocks whose ticks are very audible to me. My husband claims he has to be within a foot of the clocks to hear them ticking, but I seriously can hear them three rooms away. It's maddening.

My shrink blames my ADHD. He says my brain can't always sort out what it needs to focus on, so it often focuses on something (like sound) that's relatively unimportant.

\Yeah, I spent a great deal of time wearing noise-attenuating headphones and earplugs
\\I can't write on ruled (lined) paper for the same reason: I can't "tune out" those fine blue lines...they're the optical equivalent of ticking clocks to me.


upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-05-16 12:22:21 AM

medius: RexTalionis: Earguy: Those poor people can hear their eyes moving in their heads.

Eh, are you not supposed to hear that?

can you hear the grasshopper that is at your feet?


There are no grasshoppers at my feet. Why? Because I flood my apartment with sodium hexafluoride. It's denser than air so it sinks to the floor and is pooled around knee height. It suffocates any vermin or pests that might get into my apartment.
 
2012-05-16 12:23:12 AM
this was a tall grasshopper
 
2012-05-16 12:25:54 AM
I can hear your feverish typing.
 
2012-05-16 12:27:15 AM
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?
 
2012-05-16 12:28:23 AM

urban.derelict: Bet you a million bucks she'd hate being deaf more.


I've often wished I were deaf. When ordinary noises cause you pain and anxiety, complete silence would seem like a godsend.
 
2012-05-16 12:30:36 AM
Is the BBC seriously the only news source in the UK worth paying attention to?

Seriously, I know this is a joke news site, but everytime something ends in .co.uk it's just a "shiate" story.

also, I'd hit it.
 
2012-05-16 12:30:58 AM

FizixJunkee: AverageAmericanGuy: FizixJunkee: I'm super sensitive to sound, too, though perhaps not as sensitive at the lady in TFA. The only way I can "tune out" noises is to take a shiat-ton of Adderall and focus on something else.

It's so bad, that I have to close the doors to both bathrooms when I'm alone in the apartment with the T.V. off or at night when everyone else is asleep because the bathrooms have clocks whose ticks are very audible to me. My husband claims he has to be within a foot of the clocks to hear them ticking, but I seriously can hear them three rooms away. It's maddening.

My shrink blames my ADHD. He says my brain can't always sort out what it needs to focus on, so it often focuses on something (like sound) that's relatively unimportant.

\Yeah, I spent a great deal of time wearing noise-attenuating headphones and earplugs
\\I can't write on ruled (lined) paper for the same reason: I can't "tune out" those fine blue lines...they're the optical equivalent of ticking clocks to me.

Have you considered that you might be batshiat insane?


Or I have ADHD? Noise sensitivity is a very common symptom of ADHD.


I bet food textures get you too.
 
2012-05-16 12:31:36 AM

FizixJunkee: urban.derelict: Bet you a million bucks she'd hate being deaf more.

I've often wished I were deaf. When ordinary noises cause you pain and anxiety, complete silence would seem like a godsend.


Have you just tried a white/pink/brown noise generator? In fact, try Simply Noise.
 
2012-05-16 12:32:07 AM

FizixJunkee: AverageAmericanGuy: FizixJunkee: I'm super sensitive to sound, too, though perhaps not as sensitive at the lady in TFA. The only way I can "tune out" noises is to take a shiat-ton of Adderall and focus on something else.

It's so bad, that I have to close the doors to both bathrooms when I'm alone in the apartment with the T.V. off or at night when everyone else is asleep because the bathrooms have clocks whose ticks are very audible to me. My husband claims he has to be within a foot of the clocks to hear them ticking, but I seriously can hear them three rooms away. It's maddening.

My shrink blames my ADHD. He says my brain can't always sort out what it needs to focus on, so it often focuses on something (like sound) that's relatively unimportant.

\Yeah, I spent a great deal of time wearing noise-attenuating headphones and earplugs
\\I can't write on ruled (lined) paper for the same reason: I can't "tune out" those fine blue lines...they're the optical equivalent of ticking clocks to me.

Have you considered that you might be batshiat insane?


Or I have ADHD? Noise sensitivity is a very common symptom of ADHD.


Eh. Potato, Tomato.
 
2012-05-16 12:33:23 AM
mimg.ugo.com
Now you see what I see!
 
2012-05-16 12:34:12 AM
She is probably not a screamer.
 
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