seriously though, you don't actually, _ACTUALLY_ subvocalize, right?
like, some people actually say words in their head at 100wpm or something instead of just parsing textual input as pattern matched low level glyphs?
only once in my life was i forced into that slavish existence, and it was reading the tale of two cities. so i burned the library down
Yes. I see it in my head.
For me the words are emblazoned and moving like those gifs with the letters on fire
>he reads without the use of his ears and mouth
What, worried someone's going to eavesdrop on your reading? Stop sub-vocalizing and start vocalizing.
I like to read southern literature in a southern accent. I've also been trying to get an Irish one down for Joyce but it is extremely bad but still fun
I had sexual intercourse today.
ever had attractive women rape you?
No but my greatest fantasy is to be a 13 year old and be raped by my hot teacher. I recently masturbated to the thought of being a midget and being sexually abused by a young attractive woman who is aroused by being able to push someone around for once. One time I was at a store and two tall attractive black women were working at the register and their borderline midget white boss walked by and they all seemed friendly and I thought god I wish I was that fucking midget and these tall negresses raped me.
I hear the text in the voice of the character speaking or a random narrator, yes. I don't mouth them physically but I do say them in my head.
i subvocalize at 250wpm
How do you read without hearing anything in your head.
Do you turn the sound off when you watch films too?
? i skip the part where i'm a fucking toddler and need words read to me out loud
words are words you look at word and understand word
that's how a proper brain works
Now that I think about it, I'm not sure if I sub-vocalize every word.
More like a quiet voice for most, but if I'm scanning a text fast I'm not vocalizing every word, but it's hard to tell.
Your subvocalizes moans when I’m pounding her vagina
I sub-vocalise because the words on the page keep moving, also I'm prone to daydreaming if I don't
Why wouldn't you subvocalize? What do you even experience when reading? I hear voices and see pictures and feel emotions, that's the point of reading.
>I hear voices
>Why wouldn't you subvocalize?
parallel vs serial. information theory is perhaps a bit lost on LULZ
Anecdotally, I have exclusively encountered NPCs who are incapable of subvocalizing.
I just read.
To me, language is speech. I have to hear how the words sound in order to make sense of them. I've always thought that audiobooks were unnecessary because, as long as you're reading properly, a book will be experienced as an audiobook. Hearing how a writer speaks through a text is what makes reading enjoyable.
>You don't ACTUALLY do the thing that's useful to understand the rhythm and musicality of what you're reading
I only read without subvocalization when I'm reading busywork like a textbook, but even then I mull over the most important lines. I also find it much easier to visualize and so on when I sub-vocalize, just the way it goes.
>like, some people actually say words in their head at 100wpm
No, I say words in my head at 400+ wpm.
uh, of course?
why would I not procedurally conceptualize things through various methodologies of cogitation? what are you, stupid?
utilizing impressions, abstractions, symbologies, principalities, quantities, qualities, perspectives and any other means of encoding to formulate the world? you some kind of monothinking automaton? some sort of insect?
i only subvocalize dialogue
i can always invoke the subprocess of subvocalization, i simply reserve it for that which i deem worthy of having it
The written word is just oral language but silent form. I subvocalize every sentence or it doesn't feel right
I thonk he me t you are a moron if you only think in words. spoken or written. rather then using them as a tool.