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Man hits record-breaking high-pitched note

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Iilaa'mpuul'xem

Now that's an annoying noise, sounds more like a whistle than a vocal. 

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OverSword

He wasn't using his vocal chords. 

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Stiff

I'm pretty sure I managed to hit a higher note than that when I landed on the crossbar of my bike when I was 13.

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pallidin

My wife can pitch MUCH higher than that... Similar to 6-year old girls.

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pallidin

You gonna bust me for saying the Truth?

I live right across a park and hear the shrill of 6-year old girls ALL THE TIME.

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Mbyte

I think I've solved the mystery of the sound heard in Antarctica

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Seti42

I made the mistake of hitting play. (Frantically hits mute button.)

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Jenn8779

Not to rain on the humour parade but this guy most likely has nothing on the historical singers called castrati. Men.... just warning you now... LOL

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castrato

 

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Richie256

That is what I call a wisteblower

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paperdyer

Maybe he had something crushing his jewels.  I know I'd squeal real high if mine were.  Bad enough my dog always seems to push off on them when she gets off my lap or bed.

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