View Poll Results: At what point did the wikipedia article start sounding nasal?

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  • By the end of the second paragraph.

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  • Somewhere around "olfactory bulb".

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  • I have no idea what you're talking about.

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  • OMG! From the word "wikipedia".

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  • Protest. I read so fast I trip when I blink.

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Thread: Speaking of writing voices...

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    Meae Musae Servus Hephaestus's Avatar
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    Speaking of writing voices...

    Assuming that like most people, you subvocalize when reading, when does this wikipedia article start sounding nasal?
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    I fell off the couch and hit my head about half way through.

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    I checked out when I read the last sentence of the first paragraph as; "Often, land orgasms will have separate olfaction systems..." and knew my brain wasn't interested, I already knew this stuff. Anything more was surplus to requirement for my daily musings.

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