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March 13, 2013


Study Uses Sex Toy To Loosen Up Singers’ Vocal Chords

(Thanks to Peter Metrinko)


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As a Sweet Adeline (women's barbershopper), we have always relied on dehumidifiers. This would be way more fun.

Good vibrations?

As long as they stick to the battery-using models...

Does it make them only sing vibrato though?

For the singer in your life.

I'll have to leave some for the church choir. They could use the help.

Jeez, be careful, lady! Don't drop that thing in the bath water!

This would be the wrong place to put a link about white smoke.

Halleluiah indeed

"Figaro! Figaro! Fig-aroh! Oh! Ohh! Oh God! Oh!"

"Ma'am, I believe you're supposed to use it against your throat."

"Oops, sorry. I'll take two, please"

I, for one, am disappointed that once again the Cardinals have failed to elect Dave. Maybe next time.

JSG,not me. The image of Dave driving the weinermobile while wearing that pointy hat brought on too much psychic discomfort.

“You can actually watch on a peckergraph how vocal energy grows,”

We live in wondrous times.

JSG & WV -- Growing up Presbyterian is kind of a turn-off to the guys making the decision.

When Chavez died, my brackets went to hell.


I'll have what alien8 is having.

The letters in Vibrating Sara Farb's name can spell "bras a far". Impressed?

Did anyone else think of the cinematic classic "Chatterbox"? I didn't think so.

I got your vibrating sex toy right here....

“I sent David a message that night saying he may have changed my life. I don’t mean to be dramatic, but it was drastic. I will never forget that performance.”

Now THAT is a positive reference . . .

Ooh-ooh Bop Bop! Good vibrations! Excitations!

I was aware of screamers...

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