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#7 - walkerjam (05/18/2013) [-]
MFW I'm in that room and I hear something...
MFW I'm in that room and I hear something...
#272 to #7 - thebaker (05/19/2013) [-]
I never tought I would use this.
I never tought I would use this.
#320 to #272 - anon (05/19/2013) [-]
Azteca 7!
Mexican Fella
Huevos Rancheros!
Nah xD ¡Viva México Cabrones! Ya sé, dice que soy un ciudadano Nor-Coreano, pero créeme si te digo que soy Mexicano.
Con Mi Cara de Nahual
De Nopal sin Rasurar
Naríz de Chile Relleno
Toy Orgulloso que Conste
Yo soy la Raza de Bronce
#324 to #320 - thebaker (05/19/2013) [-]
User avatar #18 to #7 - Pryda (05/18/2013) [-]
You'll hear anything that makes a noise... The room only prevents noise from echoing and prevents natural reverbs from occuring
User avatar #359 to #18 - welshdrag (05/19/2013) [-]
After a while you start having audio hallucinations, caused by your brain freaking the **** out that the ears aren't receiving vibrations, and replacing it with sounds you've heard before, like in a dream: e.g. laughter, busy streets, what the brain thinks should be there.
#366 to #359 - anon (05/19/2013) [-]
I had that problem at my father's house as a child. My father would demand to know why my windows are wide open in November.

"Because your house is ******* silent at night! Do you have any idea how disturbing silence is? If I don't leave those windows open so I can hear the slightest wind through the trees, I hear drums all damn night. After two hours I finally realized those drums were my damn heartbeat!"
#445 to #366 - butterisgood (05/19/2013) [-]
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