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WhittenKitten
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24 May 2010, 9:57 pm

I still have it, and it's not just 'a little bit', it's not as bad as when i was a child.. but it's still not all that great.



Terrapin
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25 May 2010, 6:52 am

I'm 33 and still do it but it was never extremely apparent because mine are whispered. For me it's always been just repeating short pieces of something someone said or something on a movie or tv show under my breath and for me it's a memory processing thing. I also have to move my lips when I'm reading or I don't remember a thing which has occasionally gotten some odd looks from people on buses who need to get a book of their own and stop looking at me but it's definitely not what I would consider a problem.



Peko
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25 May 2010, 7:54 am

Mine almost only happens now if I need to remember what someone is saying (helps me remember when making eye contact).


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25 May 2010, 8:28 am

I'm 28, and still do this sometimes. I can mostly control the sound actually coming out of my mouth when I am aware others are around, but I don't bother trying when I'm alone, or think I am alone. When I was a kid, this is when I was usually yelled at for mumbling.