||[May. 21st, 2005|12:43 pm]
The Love Bug
Sitting here, in Frankie and Benny's in Sheffield, I've come to a conclusion. I think I'm 'long-hearing'. I can clearly hear noises and voices over the other side of the restaurant, but I'm struggling to hear people sitting next to me. C'est weird, non?|
Surely to hear people you need to be listening and not writing journal entries? :P
Ahhh so that's what he was doing when we were trying to have a deep and meaningful conversation with him? No wonder he switched off LOL!!
Just kidding! Maybe the company wasn't to your liking Dave? *cheeky wink* or maybe it was just so he looked too busy to be handed the baby again!!! hehe!
As I said to Karen, "No no no no no, this was before you arrived :o)"
Quite literally, in fact.
No no no no no, this was before you arrived :o)
Do you find all listening skills disappear when in a loud environment? I can't understand how people can hold conversations in very noisy pubs, clubs, etc.. all I hear is a big 'slush' of noise and people have to literally cup their hands around my head and scream for me to understand them :)
I guess hearing is like sight, after all.
Me too! I find it very difficult to focus on a single conversation in noisy environments.
There was a diner in my hometown with odd acoustics like that. You could clearly hear conversations from booths in the far corners yet nearby sounds were muffled.
I'm the same. I can hear a pin drop from a mile away, but struggle to hear the TV most of the time :/
When did you post that?!?!
After we arrived, before the Drury's made their entrance! :o)
I know what you mean.
On the train back home, I couldn't concentrate on anything... Steph on the phone, train noises, station noises, belly full of coffee...