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(Slate)   Why old men find young women's voices annoying. Propensity to say "Ewwwww, get away from me, you dirty old baldy grandpa" not discussed in article   (slate.com) divider line 65
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2013-01-07 03:26:21 PM
"All right, Brian, you can do this. You can dump her, because once it's done, never again will you have to listen to her talk like this? You know, where everything has a question mark at the end of it? With an upward inflection? At the end of every sentence?"
 
2013-01-07 03:32:44 PM
Vocal creak pioneer Britney Spears

I pretty much quit caring at that point. This just in: some young women have triple-digit IQs.
 
2013-01-07 03:40:08 PM
Young woman, "Ewwwww, get away from me, you dirty old baldy grandpa."
Old man, "I'm a millionaire."
Young woman, "Did I tell you how I find bald men incredibly sexy?"
 
2013-01-07 03:56:45 PM
I find as I get older young women in general are annoying to me.   I mean I like to look at them, but when they open their mouth their attractiveness plummets.
 
2013-01-07 03:56:55 PM

scottydoesntknow: "All right, Brian, you can do this. You can dump her, because once it's done, never again will you have to listen to her talk like this? You know, where everything has a question mark at the end of it? With an upward inflection? At the end of every sentence?"


To be fair, a great many young men talk like this as well.
 
2013-01-07 03:59:37 PM

Pocket Ninja: scottydoesntknow: "All right, Brian, you can do this. You can dump her, because once it's done, never again will you have to listen to her talk like this? You know, where everything has a question mark at the end of it? With an upward inflection? At the end of every sentence?"

To be fair, a great many young men talk like this as well.


I've noticed they say things like 'bromance,' and 'dude' all the time.
 
2013-01-07 03:59:45 PM
Vocal fry?  Huh.  I always called it upper-middle class college girl.

/you sound like an idiot and adults think you're immature
//yes, i know that you're different and in fact are a million times smarter than me so i am the one who is stupid and immature
 
2013-01-07 04:06:28 PM
www.slate.com

She looks like she smells like cigarettes.
 
2013-01-07 04:06:52 PM
He summons his 11-year-old daughter Ida to the microphone to mimic the speech pattern

Was he hoping that by naming his daughter "Ida" she'd talk more like an old woman?
 
2013-01-07 04:20:55 PM

Cythraul: Pocket Ninja: scottydoesntknow: "All right, Brian, you can do this. You can dump her, because once it's done, never again will you have to listen to her talk like this? You know, where everything has a question mark at the end of it? With an upward inflection? At the end of every sentence?"

To be fair, a great many young men talk like this as well.

I've noticed they say things like 'bromance,' and 'dude' all the time.


Epic fail.  Totes no swag.
 
2013-01-07 04:34:37 PM
Stevie Nicks' voice annoys the hell out of me

/and she ain't exactly young
 
2013-01-07 04:39:12 PM
I understand the concepts of uptalking, and examples were provided... But I'm not sure I know what this 'vocal fry' or 'creaky voice' is.

Did the article give examples other than a digitally manipulated Britney Spears' song?
 
2013-01-07 04:45:13 PM

robbiex0r: I understand the concepts of uptalking, and examples were provided... But I'm not sure I know what this 'vocal fry' or 'creaky voice' is.

Did the article give examples other than a digitally manipulated Britney Spears' song?


The original article was a 20+ minute podcast, but basically it's what a Kardashian sounds like.  Here's a good summary:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsE5mysfZsY
 
2013-01-07 04:55:21 PM

Rapmaster2000: robbiex0r: I understand the concepts of uptalking, and examples were provided... But I'm not sure I know what this 'vocal fry' or 'creaky voice' is.

Did the article give examples other than a digitally manipulated Britney Spears' song?

The original article was a 20+ minute podcast, but basically it's what a Kardashian sounds like.  Here's a good summary:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsE5mysfZsY


that IS annoying.
 
2013-01-07 05:07:39 PM
That's why redtube has a mute button.
 
2013-01-07 05:56:32 PM

Rapmaster2000: robbiex0r: I understand the concepts of uptalking, and examples were provided... But I'm not sure I know what this 'vocal fry' or 'creaky voice' is.

Did the article give examples other than a digitally manipulated Britney Spears' song?

The original article was a 20+ minute podcast, but basically it's what a Kardashian sounds like.  Here's a good summary:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsE5mysfZsY


oh.
oh dear.
 
2013-01-07 06:43:09 PM

Ennuipoet: I find as I get older young women in general are annoying to me.   I mean I like to look at them, but when they open their mouth their attractiveness plummets.


That's why my trunk has double the insulation.
 
2013-01-07 07:01:13 PM

Rapmaster2000: robbiex0r: I understand the concepts of uptalking, and examples were provided... But I'm not sure I know what this 'vocal fry' or 'creaky voice' is.

Did the article give examples other than a digitally manipulated Britney Spears' song?

The original article was a 20+ minute podcast, but basically it's what a Kardashian sounds like.  Here's a good summary:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsE5mysfZsY


That was an extremely good explanation.  I used to do classic vocals, and had a friend (low alto) who got polyps on her vocal chords from doing that.  The Christian Bale Batman bugs the hell out of me because his Batman voice is nothing but fry.  I think the real problem isn't a tonal uptick or use of excessive diphthongs, it's the actual straining of the vocal chords, which a lot of valley girls just happen to do.
 
2013-01-07 07:01:26 PM

Rapmaster2000: robbiex0r: I understand the concepts of uptalking, and examples were provided... But I'm not sure I know what this 'vocal fry' or 'creaky voice' is.

Did the article give examples other than a digitally manipulated Britney Spears' song?

The original article was a 20+ minute podcast, but basically it's what a Kardashian sounds like.  Here's a good summary:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsE5mysfZsY


OMG that girls' NORMAL voice annoyed me more than anything. It would probably be ok if she had written down what she wanted to say instead of just trying to do it all off the cuff.

She even did the vocal fry herself a few times without realizing it.

Vocal fry doesn't bother me, by itself. Of course, teenage girls trying to talk like teenage girls is annoying but that's not what I'm referring to.

After reading about it on Fark, the place I noticed it the most is Criminal Minds. After hearing it, I couldn't stop hearing it. It still doesn't bother me a lot... it just bothers me that I notice it more. ALL the younger women on that show do it, and so does Matthew Gray Gubler. I tried to find a quick YouTube example, but I couldn't, but I swear... every episode, almost every line they give. I think when they do it, they're trying to sound humble and confident at the same time. These are smart women (their characters on the show anyway) but they're trying not to be pushy and I think that's where the vocal fry is coming in.

Now, the stronger men on the show NEVER do it. But Matthew Gray Gubler does it ALL the time.
 
2013-01-07 07:26:42 PM

scottydoesntknow: "All right, Brian, you can do this. You can dump her, because once it's done, never again will you have to listen to her talk like this? You know, where everything has a question mark at the end of it? With an upward inflection? At the end of every sentence?"


That's what annoys me. The uncertain statements that sound like questions. The constant meaningless exhilation of "I'm sorry" more befitting a medieval peasant addressing her betters.
 
2013-01-07 07:31:18 PM
It has nothing to do with the age of the man. It has to do with the culture of the man. Men use vocal fry for a lot of fleeting reasons: used throughout the *entire* price haggling process, for example. It's an expression for us of detachment, disinterest, disbelief, impatience, sometimes scorn, and sometimes sarcasm. Either way it's got negative connotation among men... Which makes it an unattractive trait when displayed out of context, i.e. by an attractive young woman. Or child (where it seems to present as obstinate defiance. The child fries vocals when being dismissive of authority. Go to your local organic food market and watch the biatch men get bossed around by their creaky voiced children.) When we hear it in the female voice, it inevitably raises those same vague emotional preconceptions we've associated with "vocal fry", as I've said, which are culturally accepted as legitimate expression between males seeking mutual agreeance of perception, but are utilized for their ulderlying power to annoy in the first place.

I don't find it annoying myself. I just don't find it sexy. Nothing wrong with that, and age has nothing to do with it.
 
2013-01-07 07:33:05 PM
It has nothing to do with this, but something I read and found interesting was from a woman in her mid-twenties who was working undercover in a high school for something or other (not a cop). She was able to fit in just fine ... except ... she noticed that most teens laugh from their mouths, not from the diaphragm or whatever it is that adults use.

Since reading that years ago, it's all I can hear when I'm near them. And now, their laughter always sounds fake to me, like someone impersonating a laugh or a bad actor.
 
2013-01-07 07:35:49 PM
I have the sneaking suspicion that he doesn't like hearing any woman's voice, in any modulation, at any time. How frustrating life must be for him.
 
2013-01-07 07:47:08 PM
Young girls having annoying inflections is annoying. Corporate executives, news anchors, and college professors with the Valley Girl Lift or the Vocal Fry (thanks for the vocabulary expansion, TFA) is yet another sign of the collapse of the empire.
 
2013-01-07 07:52:41 PM
24.media.tumblr.com

What a vocal Fry might look like
 
2013-01-07 08:02:15 PM
A younger relative of mine does this. She irritates the shiat out of me. The first time I noticed it I wanted to ask her to stop. She actually sounds like she's straining her voice, it's that creaky.

Apparently I do an awesome imitation of that way of speaking. You have to draw out your words and sound really whiny. I could see how it might mess up your vocal cords.
 
2013-01-07 08:03:53 PM
Sic some she-bears on them if they call you baldy.
 
2013-01-07 08:29:50 PM
that article was an abortion
 
2013-01-07 08:33:27 PM
For years, women have been criticized for raising their voices at the end of sentences. This "Valley Girl lift," as Hofstra fine arts professor Laurie Fendrich maligns it, "reveals an unexplainable lack of confidence in one's opinions and a radical uncertainty about one's place in the world."

Professor you have it 180 degrees backwards: the uptalk (or "High Rising Terminal (HRT)" for those that like fancy pants words) doesn't signify a weakness: rather it is a way for the speaker to show dominance by saying "can you mopes understand everything I've said so far?"

For more details (or "deets" as the kids say) look through the Language Log archives.
 
2013-01-07 08:40:25 PM
And I see I should have read the entire article as the man behind Language Log was quoted.

In some discourse communities, Liberman documents, "final rises" have actually been used by men and women to "assert dominance and control" over the conversation

I've noticed the gravely voice (I like their term "vocal fry") on NPR when they interviewed a younger person. It drove me bananas so much I wanted to 23 skidoo out of my horseless carriage. Perhaps it was extra annoying as I find any interview on NPR ultra annoying. Hey let's walk through the woods and I'll hold the mike down here by the leaves you're stepping on. Oh there's an owl I'll get a recording of it while you're talking.

That's interesting about the explanation for it being that they are trying to impersonate an elderly person to get some respect. I always took it to me that the person talking wants to imply that they don't really care about something that they have knowledge about, thus making themselves seem even smarter.
 
2013-01-07 08:41:05 PM

Cythraul: Young woman, "Ewwwww, get away from me, you dirty old baldy grandpa."
Old man, "I'm a millionaire."
Young woman, "Did I tell you how I find bald men incredibly sexy?"


i.cdn.turner.com
Didn't help this guy.
 
2013-01-07 08:42:57 PM

BumpInTheNight: That's why redtube has a mute button.


+100000 iternets
 
2013-01-07 08:53:28 PM

Rapmaster2000: robbiex0r: I understand the concepts of uptalking, and examples were provided... But I'm not sure I know what this 'vocal fry' or 'creaky voice' is.

Did the article give examples other than a digitally manipulated Britney Spears' song?

The original article was a 20+ minute podcast, but basically it's what a Kardashian sounds like.  Here's a good summary:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsE5mysfZsY


Finally someone gives me an example that actually gets to the point. Thanks.
 
2013-01-07 08:58:56 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Stevie Nicks' voice annoys the hell out of me

/and she ain't exactly young


You think her voice is annoying, you should get a whiff of her snatch.
 
2013-01-07 08:59:02 PM

robbiex0r: I understand the concepts of uptalking, and examples were provided... But I'm not sure I know what this 'vocal fry' or 'creaky voice' is.

Did the article give examples other than a digitally manipulated Britney Spears' song?


The April character from Parks and Recreation.
 
2013-01-07 09:21:24 PM

Luca de Balzac: The April character from Parks and Recreation.


cdn.thegrindstone.com
 
2013-01-07 09:55:25 PM
Oh, oh, and I almost forgot. Ahh, I'm also gonna need you to go ahead and come in on Sunday, too...
 
2013-01-07 10:58:47 PM

Rapmaster2000: Vocal fry?  Huh.  I always called it upper-middle class college girl.

/you sound like an idiot and adults think you're immature
//yes, i know that you're different and in fact are a million times smarter than me so i am the one who is stupid and immature


I've noticed this a LOT on TV and radio commercials. When did it start... Anyone remember the scene in the original Conan the Barbarian with the shape-shifter witch? Her lines, as I recall, have that "fry" pattern. That's about the first time I remember hearing that.

Anyone?

Bueller?
 
2013-01-07 11:12:12 PM

Fano: scottydoesntknow: "All right, Brian, you can do this. You can dump her, because once it's done, never again will you have to listen to her talk like this? You know, where everything has a question mark at the end of it? With an upward inflection? At the end of every sentence?"

That's what annoys me. The uncertain statements that sound like questions. The constant meaningless exhilation of "I'm sorry" more befitting a medieval peasant addressing her betters.


Also terminally annoying: Longtalk. Where every farking syllable, but particularly the ones at the end of a sentence, are draaaaaaawwwwwwnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn ouuuuuuuuuuuuut.
 
2013-01-07 11:14:06 PM

SomeoneDumb: It has nothing to do with this, but something I read and found interesting was from a woman in her mid-twenties who was working undercover in a high school for something or other (not a cop). She was able to fit in just fine ... except ... she noticed that most teens laugh from their mouths, not from the diaphragm or whatever it is that adults use.

Since reading that years ago, it's all I can hear when I'm near them. And now, their laughter always sounds fake to me, like someone impersonating a laugh or a bad actor.


Fake laughter? Hear it ALL the time in corporate cubical environments.
 
2013-01-07 11:57:34 PM
First two words of the article:

"Last week"

[oldnewsisexciting.jpg]

/find the NPR audio; it's much more interesting than this "article"
 
2013-01-08 12:13:10 AM
FTA: As women gain status and power in the professional world, young women may not be forced to carefully modify totally benign aspects of their behavior in order to be heard. Our speech may not yet be considered professional, but it's on its way there.

Is she saying that a vocal fry isn't doing exactly that (forcefully modifying your natural speech), or is she saying one day devices such as the vocal fry won't have to be used? Either way she's wrong.
 
2013-01-08 12:22:23 AM
Stupid article. Read it twice and it rambled all over the place without making any real point and tried to describe the sound without doing the sensible thing like LINKING TO AN AUDIO EXAMPLE of WTF they're talking about. Then I scrolled back up and noticed that it was written by a woman. Figures.

What I assumed she meant from reading TFA.
 
2013-01-08 12:24:29 AM
Vocal fry is goddamn awful. I'll sometimes encounter a woman who does this and I'm baffled that she feels the need to put on an affectation. Why not do a fake accent while you're at it?
 
2013-01-08 12:40:59 AM

scottydoesntknow: "All right, Brian, you can do this. You can dump her, because once it's done, never again will you have to listen to her talk like this? You know, where everything has a question mark at the end of it? With an upward inflection? At the end of every sentence?"


Gah...so much "this" and that farking retarded phrase "I know, right?"

/off my lawn
//I sound old
 
2013-01-08 01:04:01 AM

Ed Finnerty: Ennuipoet: I find as I get older young women in general are annoying to me.   I mean I like to look at them, but when they open their mouth their attractiveness plummets.

That's why my trunk has double the insulation.


Give her something to put in her mouth. *just sayin'
 
2013-01-08 01:21:28 AM

DigitalCoffee: Stupid article. Read it twice and it rambled all over the place without making any real point and tried to describe the sound without doing the sensible thing like LINKING TO AN AUDIO EXAMPLE of WTF they're talking about. Then I scrolled back up and noticed that it was written by a woman. Figures.

What I assumed she meant from reading TFA.


I had to look it up

Link

My sister in law does this. It's not annoying to me though, more amusing as it's usually when she is trying to prove she know what she is talking about(which quite often she does) and she's trying to put me in my place.
 
2013-01-08 04:24:29 AM
Delta Delta Delta, can I help ya help ya help ya?

Isn't the real question here "Why don't younger men find that annoying?" I think you would be surprised to find that it's not just 'old men' who think you sound like one of the sheep that will do anything to be accepted when you talk like that. Younger guys just go along because it improves their chances of hooking up with you. Older guys don't give a shiat and will tell you that you sound like an idiot.
 
2013-01-08 06:53:40 AM
The constant use of the word "like" allows me to identify young American women in any crowd. Especially when coupled with a piercing nasality, meaningless changes in pitch and volume just louder than everyone else nearby.
I first noticed it living abroad, but when I come back to the States, it's equally startling.
 
2013-01-08 07:02:11 AM
ballgag.jpg
 
2013-01-08 07:10:27 AM
Wait so it's Lumpy space princess? I love that
 
2013-01-08 07:12:06 AM

Walt_Jizzney: scottydoesntknow: "All right, Brian, you can do this. You can dump her, because once it's done, never again will you have to listen to her talk like this? You know, where everything has a question mark at the end of it? With an upward inflection? At the end of every sentence?"

Gah...so much "this" and that farking retarded phrase "I know, right?"

/off my lawn
//I sound old


i know right
 
2013-01-08 07:15:09 AM
What if the Fry is particularly witty and erudite?

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-01-08 07:28:01 AM
Finally, I have a name for it! My best friend's former roommate dated a girl who talked almost exclusively like that. I was so glad when they got married and moved out. It just sounds so lazy, like they can't be troubled to put forth the effort to actually breathe air over their vocal cords when speaking.
 
2013-01-08 08:30:56 AM
suspect that the spread of "creaky voice" makes Garfield so mad because it represents the downfall of his own mode of communication, which is swiftly being replaced by the patterns and preferences of 11-year-old girls like Ida and her peers

Or maybe it's more because a lot of us old fogies first started to see it back in the 80s when it was intentionally and repeatedly associated with the puerile and idiotic for comedic effect.

The valley girl speech pattern that introduced this sort of thing started out for most of the country as something of a joke aimed at the stereotypically ignorant and flighty bleach-blonde beach bimbo of the west coast. So we saw it introduced to our popular culture with a negative connotation then missed its broader incorporation in the early 90s and especially its increasing general acceptance since the mid 90s.

But, no, you keep running with the "u mad bro?" theory. No sense ending an otherwise perfectly good article on an intelligent and thoughtful note.

When I hear a young woman speaking with this sort of pattern it makes me think she's a grating idiot because I was taught by the culture that help shaped me as a younger man that the pattern signaled grating idiocy. It's really that simple.

/ I wish Fark would quit eating spaces between lines...
 
2013-01-08 08:35:09 AM
Oh, and while we're on the subject of the annoying communication patterns of younger women, am I the only person who has noticed that a lot of younger women seem to think e-mail is a conversational tool?

I hate that. If you want to have a conversation with me, pick up the damn phone or come see me in person. If you're going to send an email just get to the farking point. I should not have to read three paragraphs of text to glean meaning that could have been conveyed in one sentence.
 
2013-01-08 11:45:16 AM

moothemagiccow: Walt_Jizzney: scottydoesntknow: "All right, Brian, you can do this. You can dump her, because once it's done, never again will you have to listen to her talk like this? You know, where everything has a question mark at the end of it? With an upward inflection? At the end of every sentence?"

Gah...so much "this" and that farking retarded phrase "I know, right?"

/off my lawn
//I sound old

i know right


Pure hilarity!
 
2013-01-08 11:47:48 AM

Vegan Meat Popsicle: Oh, and while we're on the subject of the annoying communication patterns of younger women, am I the only person who has noticed that a lot of younger women seem to think e-mail texting is a conversational tool?


FTFY, sadly...
 
2013-01-08 12:08:35 PM
I love it when Slate writers biatch at other Slate writers in public.

Old Dudes: Young women do annoying things with their voices. Isn't that interesting, from the perspective of an armchair linguist? NPR should definitely have me on as a guest more often.

Wymyn: Patriarchy alert! We threaten them! I am woman, hear me roar!
 
2013-01-08 01:02:34 PM
I wonder if I have vocal fry? Older men get annoyed when I speak but I always put that down them growing up in a world where women were only allowed to be secretaries.
 
2013-01-08 02:18:26 PM

Agarista: The constant use of the word "like" allows me to identify young American women in any crowd. Especially when coupled with a piercing nasality, meaningless changes in pitch and volume just louder than everyone else nearby.
I first noticed it living abroad, but when I come back to the States, it's equally startling.


I'm convinced there is something going on in their still-developing brains that forces them to need/use filler words. Another possibility is that, at their age, they are still viewed as small (and interruptable children) despite having a worldview that is heading towards adult autonomy and they need to use filler words because they get interrupted by their elders every time they pause. This is nothing new, I remember listening to a teacher railing about this in 1970.
 
2013-01-08 06:25:31 PM

KawaiiNot: I wonder if I have vocal fry? Older men get annoyed when I speak but I always put that down them growing up in a world where women were only allowed to be secretaries.


I'm insulted that you would stereotype all men as marking you as only fit to be secretaries.  We men have grown with the times and accept that society has changed.

You can be stripper if you have a nice rack.
 
2013-01-08 06:51:56 PM
Ah HA! Discussed this with my wife and she immediately figured out where it must have started: The 1st Star Wars movie. I think she got it.

Remember the scenes where the X-wings are going into position to do strafing runs, and later during the action? Remember the radio chatter? LOTS of vocal frys.

The movie, of course, was a monstrous hit and made indelible impressions in many of the watchers.
 
2013-01-08 07:47:37 PM

Contents Under Pressure: Agarista: The constant use of the word "like" allows me to identify young American women in any crowd. Especially when coupled with a piercing nasality, meaningless changes in pitch and volume just louder than everyone else nearby.
I first noticed it living abroad, but when I come back to the States, it's equally startling.

I'm convinced there is something going on in their still-developing brains that forces them to need/use filler words. Another possibility is that, at their age, they are still viewed as small (and interruptable children) despite having a worldview that is heading towards adult autonomy and they need to use filler words because they get interrupted by their elders every time they pause. This is nothing new, I remember listening to a teacher railing about this in 1970.


They would not get interrupted if they would have thought their sentence out before mindlessly blurting. The need for attention causes many of them to get attention by talking because most polite people will wait for them to finish. My 26 year old sister does this often. She annoys the crap out of me.

Here is an example:

Ring Ring: Hello?
Sister: I am sorry to call you so late (Its like 12:30am). I am really sorry
Me: What is going on?
Sister: Mom has the kids and she will be watching them tonight.
(Okay, so why are you calling me?????)
Sister: I am really sorry to be calling you so late but I am not feeling good and have not been able to pee for like three days
Sister: Um, I know it is late and I am sorry to call you.
Sister: Um, Danny is here (Boyfriend who doesn't own a car who she rambles on about for a bit)
Me: Do you need to go to a hospital?
Sister: Um, I am sorry to call you so late, but, Um, I can't pee. I think I need to go to the emergency room.
Me: Do you need me to take you to the hospital right now or can it wait until tomorrow?
Sister: Well, I kind of need to go right now.
Me: Okay, heading over now be ready in 10 minutes.

This is a very very short version. It took her like 2-3 minutes of rambling before I even was able to determine there was something wrong. About the only time she says what she means and stops rambling is when she is really pissed off. At least then I don't want to smack her for making me wait several minutes before she gets to the reason why she needs a ride to the store.

Keep in mind: My sister is legally blind (Stargardt's) and needs assistance on occasion and I am fine with that.
 
2013-01-09 11:58:59 AM
A few years ago the radio station where I work hired a female news director. She was damn good at it, too. Good voice, very professional, excellent elocution. Best I've worked with, actually. Immediately the complaints started streaming in, almost exclusively from old men. One guy said he couldn't understand a word she said. He proceeded to come to station one day to try to persuade the Gm to fire her. He told the GM that he had 12 radios all aimed at his head at breakfast, and he would turn them all on to our station and listen to us on all of them at once.

Radio's a freak magnet.
 
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