I think we're all familiar with the girlfriend/boyfriend voice: the schmoopy tone you sometimes use with a significant other that's best reserved for private conversations. There's also the work voice, the mom voice, and other bizarre intonations we take on depending on who we're talking to. As Seth Rogen and friends prove in a sketch from this weekend's Saturday Night Live, some of the voices can be downright disturbing.
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