Tha language of whistling

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I happened to see this video while browsing the facebook and it has caught my attention. This is a very interesting form of communicating and I think a really hard one to learn. :relieved::grin:


https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=240715183454058&id=276157035868006

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Hi Edz! I happened to see that too on facebook. Yes, very unique and interesting way to communicate.

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Oh wow. I haven't seen this until now. Looks very interesting but difficult too! 

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Am I the only one that finds the closeups in that video disturbing?  

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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Hi Leo! Why you find it disturbing? lol, hahahah

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leosmith wrote:

Am I the only one that finds the closeups in that video disturbing? :dizzy_face:


Need to see again the video to check...it's kind of quite disturbing... :dizzy_face::joy:

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leosmith wrote:

Am I the only one that finds the closeups in that video disturbing? :dizzy_face:


Well now that I watched it again and you mentioned it... It is a bit creepy. Haha. 

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Damn, that takes mad skills. 

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I love this, there are places in Latin America that use whistles again in the mountains, words get lost on the wind so it makes perfect sense to yodel or whistle

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Oh wow..:frowning:

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meifeng wrote:

Damn, that takes mad skills.


Yeah. Even the simplest whistle I could not do, so how much more of this. haha

Edzky-18

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