AdamBielka wrote: ↑
February 21st, 2020, 2:45 pm
Not out of breath
More like airy-full-of-breath, I think anyway, like a German-ish Marilyn Monroe voice?
do you mean sultry and husky ? Then I take it as a compliment.
It's such a great thing to be multilingual! Neither of my parents' first language was English so I only grew up with English since it was their common tounge. Feel like I missed an opportunity to learn early, and now struggle to do even intelligible French! Alas!
yes I agree, the languages I learnt as a kid were much easier to learn than those I start now as an adult. Your parents missed an opportunity to raise you tri-lingual ! Each could have spoken in their mothertongue to you and you would have learnt English since you grew up in the US.
ah you went for a softer voice I see. It didn't say anywhere that Bingle was a female, you know. For all we know he could have been an ageing butler
But I suspect you wanted to dress up in this nice parlour-maid outfit with the white bonnet for the occasion, so I won't stop you.
Anyway, nice job, but you missed many of her starring lines ! Bingle is not just a pretty face, she has some meaningful lines as well.
> at 0:28
: (p. 31) "and Madame
Fabriquette" - as much as she would like to be a "lady" I think Bingle would know all about etiquette, and only call her "Madame" and not give her ideas above her station.
> at about 0:50
: (p. 36 & 40) two missed lines: "Mr Mable
" and "Miss Walkinshaw
> at about 0:56
: (p. 54 & 56) two missed lines: "A messenger has just left this for you, Mr. Joslyn
." and "If you please, sir, Madame Fabriquette has come back
Oh and anything said by Chris should be taken with a grain of salt, I think you realized that by now. Concerning Todd's red eye...I never heard of any damage he did with that in the female world.