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i need to find this man how to whistel like a cricket please help 5 years ago
DUDE! OMG! I learned how to do this today at lunch with Jen & Kyle. He’s really good at it and started to do it when something awkward happened and then I tried a few times and KABLAM! I can’t stop doing it now. It’s so exciting! 5 years ago
I was having a little practice in the shower and tried changing my bird like whistle to more of a blow, it’s not got much volume but I’m sure it’s close to the cricket sound! I do this by vibrating the back of my tongue like i’m rolling an “R”. I guess you guy’s in the team are from the states, so i don’t know if you have much cause to roll your r’s but if you know anybody from Wales they will know what i mean, and if you already do and i am being a patronising brit, then my apologies!!! Happy cricketing!! 7 years ago
My cricket sound changes daily. I’m goint to try to take several recordings and then choose some of the best.
I hope this works. 7 years ago
Every time I look at this goal…I try it. And I’m getting better each time. It’s as if I am the prehistoric fish that really wants to get across the mud flats a little faster and I just need these fins to be a little more leg-like.
My cricket is straining to be ever more crickety. I’m getting good. volume is still my biggest obstacle.
I see that other have hopped on board. Any luck? 7 years ago
I’ve been doing a kind of bird like whistle since i can remember and making the noise of a cricket sounds great! I just got home after an awful night out and am a little stoned but i seem to have made a little progress in the last half hour. This is my first ntry – i never knew so many people could help with personal goals – feeling really positive!!!!!! 7 years ago
It was loud! It sounded real. For a moment I thought there was a cricket near me but NO it was ME!!
Interestin note: I noticed that it occured during an odd combination of dry [outside] and wet [inside] lips.
Sharp and short inhaling increased the volume.
I’m happy to say the cricket is on the way. 7 years ago
I’m doing it now but it takes a second to ramp up to the actual cricket sound. Theres a brief sucking sound at first followed by a soft gurgling and then CRICKET!
Still very quiet but ocasionally pretty loud. In a quiet room it could definitely be heard. 7 years ago
i’d like to join you.
although i’m not sure, whether i’m doing it right. my chirp sounds more like an owl…
could you describe the technique since you’ve almost nailed the cricked ;) 7 years ago
I’m not all the way there yet but I made the perfect cricket sound and it was also loud!
It was only a couple of chirps but it reminded me of blowing my first bubble gum bubble, or whistling for the first time.
I know I’m going to have this down in the next month or so. Cool. Can’t wait to use it in a boring room. 7 years ago
Thanks Jill. I knew that somebody out there would appreciate such a worthy goal. You will be happy to know that I am getting very close. Today actually I made the perfect cricket sound but it was too quiet to hear in a large room. I know I’m going to nail this one.
Now I’m wondering how long before somebody joins me. I can’t be the only person that wants to be able to do this…...can I? 8 years ago
It comes in very handy in a crowded room and they ask “any questions?” chirpchirp chirpchirp.
The technique involves quietly and softly whistling while inhaling and allowing saliva to flutter past your lips.
I SWEAR you would think you heard a real cricket if you heard my brother.
I’m getting close but I’m not there yet. 8 years ago