Isn't that accurate to the original Japanese version? Because she's actually supposed to have the same hick accent Goku has; her being more prim and proper is actually a dubism .SingleFringe&Sparks wrote:When she talks normally as Chi Chi she slurs her words a lot like she's drunk, but when she yells her voice cracks. I think she should have retired to be honest.
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Kataphrut wrote:It's a bit of a Boy Who Cried Wolf situation to me...Basically, the boy shouldn't have cried wolf when the wolves just wanted to Go See Yamcha. If not, they might have gotten some help when the wolves came back to Make the Donuts.
Chuquita wrote:I liken Gokû Black to "guy can't stand his job, so instead of quitting and finding a job he likes, he instead sets fire not only to his workplace so he doesn't have to work there, but tries setting fire to every store in the franchise of that company".
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Sounding like a drunk with a smoker voice isn't at all related to sounding like a country girl. Also, Cranz is a Texan, so if she just gave Chichi a Texan accent, THAT would've been fantastic. Anyway, I don't know how old Chichi is in Super, but maybe they thot "she's old now, so you'd better give her a ragged voice".Fionordequester wrote:Isn't that accurate to the original Japanese version? Because she's actually supposed to have the same hick accent Goku has; her being more prim and proper is actually a dubism .