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Offline sull88

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Re: Lisps
« Reply #15 on: 18. March 2019, 23:44:48 PM »
I had a slight lisp before braces and it has gotten quite worse since getting them on.

Offline Braceme

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Re: Lisps
« Reply #16 on: 19. March 2020, 05:00:39 AM »
None with braces, but when I got my retainers - sluuuurp.

My orthodontist was sort of annoying in the way retention phase worked. I got my braces off, then had molds done, then was told to pick up my retainers 3 weeks later and to wear them 24/7 for a week. It was embarrassing because everyone had just gotten used to my metal-free smile. I tried at first to go about my day as normal, but when coworkers couldn’t understand me, I shut up for the week, and think I became permanently quieter once I was done with daytime retainer wear.

Offline Hops

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Re: Lisps
« Reply #17 on: 23. March 2020, 11:15:31 AM »
I had a slight lisp at first with retainers but it got better over a short time.

Offline Velteau

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Re: Lisps
« Reply #18 on: 27. March 2020, 17:55:28 PM »
If you have any questions, don‘t hesitate to ask me  ;)
I love talking about braces.

Towards the end of your other post you mention that she's also enjoying herself and is constantly asking for more. Don't you think that that's a bit antithetical to the torture and humiliation she's going through?

I love the idea of appliances so invasive they cause severe speech impediments, but I'd rather they be forced onto the victim instead. Don't you reckon the suffering is more authentic that way?
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Offline agarionoob

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Re: Lisps
« Reply #19 on: Yesterday at 10:04:12 »
I find lisps on others pretty cute, especially if it's caused by braces or other appliances. Maybe it's the sense that they don't have full control over their voice.