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When someone yawns do deaf people think they're screaming?

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They're deaf not stupid you don't think they yawn to

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That's kinda rude.
No pretty sure they don't think that.

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Lol I sooo bet they do... ~Flame

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No they are much more astute than that.

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haha your question is funny but im pretty sure they dont because of your face expression

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Dude really, thats what you think of on your spare time, a deaf person confusing yawning for screaming

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Why yes yes i do!
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Haha its all good! He/she is just curious
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Don't they feel the vibrations of the sound you are making. ?

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In some cases... Yes in worse cases not at all :)
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I agree with mayhem13 their deaf not stupid.

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My friend is deaf and she told me to write this... Her words not mine..
'We can tell the difference from some abnauctiaus un mannerly person not covering there mouth when they yawn.... And some ignorant person who is screaming... Haha no hate! But usually when someone yawns they look tired and when someone yells they look mad so we're good :) Im deaf and proud to be! :D'

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Seriously, their deaf, not stupid...get it right and that was so uncalled for on your behalf...

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*out
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*please
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i will never know what you just said....
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Im pretty sure he/she is just curious... Im deaf... And I find no offence to that :) just thought you should know :)
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I found it offensive, but i respect you for not finding it offensive:)
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^ are you deaf? If not then how did u find it offensive?
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Seriously, that's a pretty dumb comeback.....and no one was talking so, i didn't hear it I SAW IT.
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First of all it wasn't a comeback it was a statement. If i wanted a comeback i would get one from your mom. And second how can you be offended by something that doesn't apply to you?
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Well, i know people that are blind; and that question sounded rude. Go complain to someone else, because i wasn't the only person offended.
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Ok well what do blind people have to do with this?
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And how do you know im not blind??..for all you know, i could've been blind.
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Well, I MEANT DEAF.
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Seriously? How did you even read my question or replys then? Pshh and you called my comeback lame -.-
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I KNEW WHAT THE DUMB QUESTION WAS ABOUT, i just made the mistake right now when i was typing. So quit trying to act all smart.
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Ok well so far from your replies i can see you don't even now what you're saying and your opinion is invalid so goodbye sir,madame,or both
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Well then, why did you waste your time replying...AND YOUR QUESTION IS INVALID AS WELL...
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Haha ok brave of you to ask as you may of offended some people. But this seems a genuine question as you obviously haven't lost your hearing before. Being deaf heightens other senses as we would be more dependent on them than hearing people. If you look in the mirror and yawn then scream you will see your facial movements to be different. Also put your television on mute and watch the reactions of the people's faces. Facial expressions can usually say a lot more than words and don't lie.

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