Am I the only one that feels uncomfortable by the sound of whistling? My dad knows I have sensory issues but refuses to do anything about it.
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Agreed.I love to whistle. I don't whistle as much as I used to, but I used to whistle constantly and I think I got pretty good at it. I'm sorry you don't like the sound of it! And it's a shame that sensitivity isn't being respected.
I cannot stand whistling--especially when customers do it, and especially when it's a whistle that isn't even a whistle--just folks pretty much doing 'sssssss' constantly.Am I the only one that feels uncomfortable by the sound of whistling? My dad knows I have sensory issues but refuses to do anything about it.
Can you also hear the whistle?I actually can't whistle myself, I have never been able to.
But now that you mention it, songs where people are whistling kind of make me cringe lol
I do use a very loud plastic dog whistle though when my dogs are not on a leash and I need them to come back immediately. It always works. Enzo could be on the other side of the field but if he hears that whistle he will come running right back.
Yes, I can. It’s not one of those whistles that only dogs can hear.Can you also hear the whistle?