No... You're still missing the point of everything I said.
That it's not, in your opinion, worth discussing? I'm sorry. :(
No, my entire point was that the way the topic was presented made it so there could be no discussion. It came off as you just wanting reassurance that these two battle cries were different, but you already knew they were, providing enough proof, so to someone who didn't know, the best and most enthusiastic response you get on the matter of reaction noises is "Oh, that's cool!" Not much discussion there.
Although Misty did, at least in my opinion, bring up a good discussion subject, and I didn't reply until today because I didn't think anything of it until I was going through some slightly old threads earlier today.
She basically said that to the Japanese, Americans and other English-speaking people all sound the same, despite us recognizing the differences in people's tones and pitches. In response, I asked if that was the reason why, for example, some of Goofy's battle cries were hard to hear, whereas to the Japanese, they probably can hear them pretty well because it's in their tone and pitch.
because they're in their*
First off, that's not interesting, it's baseless. Most Japanese people learn English as their second language, so they probably have a good understanding of what to lisen for if they paid attention in class. "Engrish" is very much apart of that society. Second, what that is saying is basically "people who understand X language know what to listen for on an instinctual level better than people who don't know X language." To which I say, duh. That's not adding a discussion, that's taking two paragraphs to say why I can't understand when foreign people yell at me in something I don't know.
To each their own, I guess. :)
I apologize if I've upset you, though.
Comments on Profile Post by Rean