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Boyfriend's Voice Anonymous 17579

My boyfriend normally has a clear, tenor voice, but when he's talking to strange girls his voice drops like an octave and turns to a deep baritone. I think this deep voice is incredibly sexy, but it kind of bothers me that he never uses it when he's talking to me, except when he just woke up. I talked to him about it and he says he doesn't know what I'm talking about. Should I be worried?

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Anonymous 17580

>>17579
Could be involuntary, actually. If he’s nervous around girls it could switch on its own. Are those girls more attractive than you?

Anonymous 17583

How long have you been dating? Anything over a couple of months with no engagement proposal is bad news.

Anonymous 17584

>>17580
Agree with this.
When around new people my voice deepens and becomes more monotone, I've noticed. Does he do it around men, too?

Anonymous 17587

>>17580
>>17583
Not per se more attractive, but it doesn't happen around ugly girls. I wouldn't call it monotone either, rather melodious, reassuring, fatherly even. He's never been uncomfortable around girls that I've noticed. We've been dating for about half a year now.

Anonymous 17607

>>17587
guys lower their voices when they speak to someone they find attractive. it's like some body language sign that he's attracted i read somewhre

Anonymous 24104

>>17579
Happened to a friend's bf, we joked about it until he got mad.
Boys have a "gf voice" and they can't help it. Probably to seem less threatening or something, it's instinctive.

Anonymous 24113

>>17579
Guys talk differently with people they find attractive. Not really something to worry about on its own since it's not really voluntary.

Anonymous 24147

>>17583
>Anything over a couple of months with no engagement proposal is bad news.
lol wtf?

Have you ever been in a relationship before? Or even talked to a guy?

Anonymous 24166

>>17579
You have a phone voice, right? You also have a "talking to a man (who isn't family/in-group)" voice. It's a social thing.

Anonymous 24169

>>24147
Have you ever been in love before? Have you ever talked to someone that you loved?



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