Wow, I thought you would have had a deeper, more manly voice, like some kind of super hero. Looks can be deceiving.
Looks can be very deceiving...i learned to quit leading with that in my mind as a teen., and determining who people are before I know them. Especially online. But you're def not the first to feel that way. Many people in my past have made the mistake of letting my voice determine in their heads, that I won't beat wholesale ass when being confrontational with me. That was actually a HUGE factor in my relationship with my wife. I've always been a fighter, did it for sport in the Marine Corps on a fight team, grew up in the streets etc. She said she would leave me if I didn't put that behind me at around year 3. I've been fight free since with the exception of when myself and a few friends and family members got attacked by a drunk guy with a knife. I put him in the hospital and was congratulated instead of charged by the authorities. A voice is a voice, being a "man" takes more valuable characteristics than the octaves of ones voice.Wow, I thought you would have had a deeper, more manly voice, like some kind of super hero. Looks can be deceiving.
So "ib4" stands for "in before"? In before what? Why not call yourself "inb4"? That would be similar to the 1980s alternative group "INXS" which I always thought was pronounced "in excess".
The music gets a little loud around the 3 minute mark.
No chewing gum included with the cards?
Cute! You made the news!
This isn't true. People post their opinions both good and bad all over the internet, especially on places like Facebook and Twitter with their name on it.The internet is rubbish, it could be a place of people saying their thoughts but instead there are a bunch of people posturing and worried about their image, its even worse than life.