Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


British (General) North American (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Oh, Homer, what are you doing? We're never gonna be able to make it out of this. What do you think? Oh, Homer, better not lay a finger on my Butterfinger. Dude, I'm here for that. Marty's Vatican. And unless you give it up to me, I will be forced Thio. After you. SpongeBob. Well, you've managed to fail your test today. SpongeBob. Did Gary follow you to school today? Now, Mrs where? No, I'm sorry, but she didn't. Sally. Sally, the squirrel is here with me, though I'm afraid you're gonna have to take it over. SpongeBob? What are we doing today? Ah, Hello. Are you there? Spread word talks like this. His face is all scrunched up. SpongeBob? Just a spoonful of sugar. Helps the medicine go down the medicine. Go down. Medicine. Go down. Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down in the most delightful way. Hello? Hello? Can you hear me? I'm right over here. You know, mate might take some good attention to come up here and talk to me. How for? Job out. Bugger off. The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain. The Rhine in Spain falls mainly on the plain. Oh, it's useless. This is my neighbor, Tony Tony Hines. He's a professor of atmospheric science at University of Miami, and he always says, Mary, did you get your paper today because I didn't have a paper? What you going to do about that? Mary Mary, It's a Long Mary. Anyway, I've got a test today, a chemistry test, and I was wondering if I could borrow your beaker right then, mate, let's go get on, then get on.