This is a video of a bride who secretly learned some Spanish using online lessons over the course of the six months leading up to her wedding so she could address her husband and their friends and family in Spanish. She says she took the lessons while her fiancé played
This is a video of Nuggets the myna bird (I believe she’s a common myna, but don’t tell her that) running through her human speech repertoire, saying things like, “Hi, hi!”, “Whatta ya doing? Whatta ya doing?,” and, my personal favorite, “My name Is Nuuuuugets and I’m a big fat
This is a video of Gracie Scullion demonstrating a very clever delayed/lagging voice trick that basically involves mouthing the words you’re going to say, then saying them a moment later ventriloquist style. She recommends starting with words that don’t involve your lips needing to touch in order to pronounce, so
This is a video of a new mother trying to teach her daughter Amy to say ‘mama’ when Oswald (Ozzy) the two-year old, 150-pound Colorado Rottweiler joins the lesson by repeating it himself. Most impressive. Also, I like the baby’s ‘Don’t Wake Me, I Drank Too Much Last Night’ shirt.
Seen here being watched over by an embroidery of feline patron saint Lord Nermal, this is some security cam footage of Billi the cat complaining about her owner’s current choice of music via the audio buttons she’s allegedly been trained to use. Apparently Billi is not a big fan of
Because great ideas come in all shapes and sizes, including the size and shape of a phone with a tongue sticking out of it where you put your ear, the ‘Feel The Conversation’ phone created by designer Xianzhi Zhang translates speech into haptic feedback based on a caller’s intonation and
Because who wants to be called out in front of their mom for rubbing their bare ass against the headrest of their dad’s truck, this is a video of very beautiful eyed Colt disagreeing with the story his dad Caleb is telling about him. I don’t know, nine times out
In it’s all gibberish to me news, this is a video created by Diego Rivas trying to highlight how English, Spanish, and French sound to people who don’t speak them. I feel like he was also able to capture some of the language in his facial expressions. But is it