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    People On TikTok Are Sharing Their Real Voice Vs. Their Customer Service Voice, And The Results Are Amazing

    Now this is talent.

    Legend has it that many of us have (at least) two voices. There's our normal voice — the one we use at home, around family, or with close friends. And then there's the one we put on when we answer the phone.

    There's also the customer service voice — the often "cheerier" version of our regular voice that typically comes out on the job.

    So, for a while now, there's been a trend on TikTok where people from different professions are showing the difference between their "real" voice and their customer service voice, and the results are too funny. Here are some of the best ones:

    1. Here's how TikToker @msnewslady, a news anchor, changes up her voice for work:

    2. And here's another news anchor voice from TikToker @viktoriaacapek:


    Does a “news voice” count as a customer service voice? #customerservicevoice #news #newsanchor #newsreporter #voice

    ♬ original sound - Viktoria

    3. Here's TikTok user @julianastewart2 showing off her real voice vs. her customer service voice as a former Disney World employee:

    4. And here's @interestinglydisney's voice as a Disney guest services employee:

    5. TikTok user @alex_coomes's customer service voice as a coffee shop employee:

    6. And @itsjaytoday's customer service voice as a Starbucks barista:

    7. User @cactash's customer service voice as a server:

    8. And @jesssjoking, also as a server:


    Normal voice vs. Customer service voice...😳🤦🏼‍♀️ #fyp #foryoupage #customerservicevoice

    ♬ Blue Blood - Heinz Kiessling & Various Artists

    9. User @missbriiiice as a pharmacy technician:

    10. @sonniemarie's customer service voice working in room service:

    11. @lynsey_melissa as a retail employee:

    12. @issa.maj also as a retail employee:

    13. @fartangel as an employee at Staples:

    14. @catandraven as a call center employee:

    15. And finally, user @worthycurlz's real voice vs. their customer service voice as a State Farm employee: