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Why do you think people mumble?
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Posted 8/12/14
I mumble when I want to be honest or try to speak up but feel rather scared to.

Might be the same or different for every person.
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Posted 8/16/14
Mmbmle...mmle.....mmmbmm.....
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30 / M / Central KY.
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Posted 8/16/14
Laziness. Then again, it COULD have something to do with how the Person may be feeling that Day, or even further along the Lines of that concerning Socialphobia, or Social-apathy.
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46 / M
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Posted 8/16/14
In my experiences, most people mumble or say things 'under their breath' as a passive-aggressive way of insulting other people they don't agree with or like without actually saying it to said person's face because they're cowards.
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24 / M / Northern California
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Posted 8/16/14
I sometimes mumble when I speak but apparently it's a bad habit I picked up from my father. I don't mumble to insult people under my breath nor do I consider myself especially shy or socially awkward. Usually if I catch myself mumbling I'll make an effort to pronounce words extra clearly and open my mouth wider when speaking.
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Posted 8/16/14
I mumble cause I'm lazy and don't feel like pronouncing words all the way through
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Posted 8/17/14
From personal experience as a retired mumbler, it may be because some lack confidence enough to speak up. Or they just naturally have soft voices. I, do not have a soft voice. My voice is very loud and distinguishable. So I cannot use that excuse.
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22 / M / Michigan
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Posted 8/17/14
Clicking on this i thought it was a Phersu topic,

But I think people mumble because their thoughts are so strong towards a certain subject/thing that they can't contain it only in their minds.
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20 / M / England.
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Posted 8/17/14
Cowardly behaviour?
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18 / F / Hell
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Posted 8/23/14
I tend to mumble in the presence of certain family members
due to me not being comfortable when they get too overbearing.

Sometimes I mumble see how easy it is to say something.
I liked this guy and was close to confessing and mumbled
"I Like You" to try saying it. He didnt hear it but my confidence to
say things out loud increased.

I tend to experiment with mumbling.
Posted 8/23/14
I will mumble when I'm nervous.
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Posted 8/23/14

Fuddbender wrote:

Clicking on this i thought it was a Phersu topic,

But I think people mumble because their thoughts are so strong towards a certain subject/thing that they can't contain it only in their minds.


Hypnotic suggestions seem to be working.....

I don't mumble. I just speak softly.

And carry a big stick.
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22 / M / Chicago, IL
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Posted 8/29/14 , edited 8/29/14
I mumble a lot. I'm pretty sure that's a normal thing for a human being to act shy in public. I'm not really a social happy guy. lol.
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Posted 8/30/14
There are many different reasons persons mumble, but I should point out (and not at the people here) that sometimes people mumble due to illness both physical and mental. But I tend to mumble when I am sleepy or giving myself a self pep talk or when I am angry with myself. Of the three the last is most common followed by sleepy.
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26 / M / California
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Posted 8/30/14 , edited 8/30/14
I mumble in the mornings. Mostly because I don't have the energy/will to raise my voice.
If you bug me too much about it I'll go from mumbling to screaming curses at you.
(Lets say from 4am - 9am)
I'm really not a morning person
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