Confident Nerd, Male Kid



A kid doesn't understand a joke, or gets it a little too well. Recorded and edited in adobe audition on TZ Stellar X2 Mic.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Child (5-12)


North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, hold on, just a minute here later, I wasn't gonna say anything before because I'm no marine biologist. But if she is going to order that, I'm gonna have to speak up now when I saw it on the menu, I did some research and I'm fairly certain there's no way that is possible. I mean, shrimp frying rice, the very concept is preposterous. There are a million issues I can think of. There's no way shrimp could get their tiny little hands on the frying pan and I don't think they have the brain capacity to know when rice is done cooking on top of that. There has to be a health code violation here. I mean, it says on the menu warning, consumption of raw meat or poultry may cause food poisoning, but it doesn't say anything about consumption of food prepared by meat or poultry. Look, I'm gonna be honest, I was fully prepared to propose to you tonight. I have the ring and everything. But if you are seriously gonna give into the delusions of this restaurant and order shrimp fried rice, I don't think I can anymore. In fact, I think we should see other people. This is false advertisement and I will not know, can not stand for it. Can you imagine walking into the kitchen to see an army of little crustaceans manning the grill. It's insane. It's delusional. The only explanation I can think of is a sort of ratatouille situation where there's a shrimp controlling the human cooking the food. But if that's what's next man array steamed vegetables, Okay, now I'm causing a scene, you know what's causing a scene? The fact that you have shrimp preparing food. I can't take this tomfoolery anymore. I'm taking my business elsewhere. Good day to you, sir, but a terrible day to whoever decided shrimp could cook.