• Gonna tell y‘all what I can
hear now that I got my
hearing aids
Birds! They chirp and it's so beauti'ul,
My friend has mis is his back yard and m savl
cried Is an understatement.
My best friends singing voice
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    • I remember getting my first ones when I was 15, just about every subtle sound I had never known before made me cry. There was so much I had missed out on that I never knew was there, and so many things suddenly made way more sense.
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    • That's so wholesome I'm so happy for this person
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    • Imagine crying after you hear someone take a shit
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    • My girlfriend is almost completly deaf ans she cant afford good hearing aids. But every so often the pressure in her ear lets off and she can hear for a bit. About a year into our relationship it happened and she heard my voice for the first time. She said it didn't match my body.
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    • My coworkers father has been deaf his entire life. He was amongst the first people to get the Cochlear implant. They're outside and he heard crickets chirping for the first time and was like "wtf is that?" Followed by "can you make it stop?"
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    • I got my first set of eyeglasses when i was 11, and I put them on in Walmart. I started crying because I could see what people looked like, what little items they had in their carts, I could read their shirts too! I went outside and saw a tree and all it’s little leaves, instead of a mass of green.
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    • The clap of that thicc ass
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    • Not gonna lie, this was me during the first yeqr of me having mine. I experienced so many sounds that I never heard. I never heard the rain, wind, my cat purr, or even a mouse click. I cried at every sound because it not only was louder but clearer. I was finally experiencing sounds perfectly.
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    • It’s also very scary when you get your hearing aids. First thing I heard leaving the doctors’ office was a lawnmower and I had no clue what it was. I had never heard the wind or leaves rustling. Never heard rain or the sound of tires on the road. Truly a world I missed out on for a long time
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    • Same with when I got my glasses. Shit went from 720p Low 60fps to 8k Ultra 144fps
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    • My dad just got hearing aids and the first time he heard The Who again he almost cried. He isn’t completely deaf but he hasn’t been able to hear anything other than almost yells in awhile. It’s the happiest I’ve seen him in years
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    • Chickens: *chicken noise*
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    • A puppy, literally any noise a puppy makes
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    • "Far away cow moos" WHOLESOME
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    • Ch i c k en N o i s e
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    • *The screaming of his parents getting divorced
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    • I didn't get glasses until like 3rd grade and it blew my mind when I realized I was supposed to be able to see further than I had been my whole life
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    • Have fun discovering what a smoke alarm is
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    • Same thing happened to me when I got glasses I just saw everything so clearly and when I looked at the night sky at the moon that for so long had been a blurr the size of a dime in the sky now is a detailed planet floating over my head do close I felt like I could reach it one day
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    • When I got my first hearing aid, I literally cried when my friend said my name. It was the first time in 6 years I had ever heard someone’s real voice.
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    • The wonderful sounds of a complete stranger with explosive diarrhea in a public bathroom
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    • Right on brother
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    • Just a heads up for some people: hearing aids don’t work miracles. Just because I have them doesn’t mean I can hear as well as you do
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    • At least he can turn off his hearing when Old Town Road comes on or some kid is blaring it on their phone. That “song” is trash.
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    • Wholesome af
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    • This is as wholesome as watching colourblind people put on those glasses that make you see colours
      Tebe 5 jun
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    • This is legit, I actually work in the hearing aid industry
      Codpiece 31 may
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    • My dad just got hearing aids after suffering from hearing loss for the past twenty years. And I was casually talking to him about some movie we were planning to go see when he turned to me with an awestruck look. It was the first time he really ever heard my voice. He was so giddy to hear everything
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    • It's nice to see (most) people putting their petty grudge against Tumblr aside to appreciate the genuine joy that this person felt.
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    • I actually had my hearing tested 4 times once at school, 3 times at the doctor and I’m completely deaf in my right ear but im pretty sure i was born with that, honestly the only thing that drives me insane is having to ask someone to repeat themselves 4 times because i cant fucking hear and im 17
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    • “I just realized farts make a sound.”
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    • Splash of my turd: Sploosh!
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    • This...this does put a smile on my face
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    • Imagine deaf niggas farting and not knowing it makes a sound
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    • *chicken noise*
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    • I didn’t know bugs made noise until I got my first pair when I was 9
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    • c h i c k e n n o i s e
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    • Yo that bubbling sound from the fish tank filter is lowkey, r e l a x i n g
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    • Glad there are positive responses from people on this unlike most of the toxic Deaf community who look down on people for getting hearing aids or cochlear implants as though being Deaf wasn't a disability.
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    • That moment when you don’t realize farts make sound until you get hearing aids
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    • Wow you never realize what you take advantage of when your not born without disabilities. Now that’s a wholesome meme 10/10
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    • This happened to me except with glasses, I had rly bad vision in 5th g and the teachers/doctors/my parents thought I faked the sight test to get glasses cuz my classmates had them and I wanted to fit in. When I finally got them I couldn’t believe what I missed out on, I thought everyone saw like me
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    • When I got mine after a couple of years of no hearing aids I had no idea our toaster oven made a ticking noise
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    • That’s what it feels like when I put on my glasses and go outside (most my life I’ve only worn them in class and stuff like that) but a year or two ago I was looking at the stars and I never knew they looked like that. It was awesome.
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    • that sounds similar to when I got my glasses, I was so surprised to be able to see each individual leaf on a tree
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    • *bro rips loud ass* *dude laughs then cries*
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    • I was waiting for him to say he could hear his cousins fucking next door or something but I’ll settle for the wholesome post 👍🏻
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    • My enemies choking on their own blood. It's the simple things.
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    • What is with all this wholesome content being featured? I already cried at the little boi going to school and the puppy seeing his owner again got me too. Fuck you iNigga monkeys
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    • The clap of my ass checks as I alert the guards
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    • Anyone that needs them though should check out the "resound" brand, mine were 6k but insurance helped and they have an app to where if I'm somewhere noisey or something I can mute them with my phone. I can also set them for music, and restaurant modes. Like so folks will see
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    • The moaning of my sister and uncle
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    • This is nice, I like this. This does bring a smile to my face
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    • Had em all my life. Born w/35% bilateral degenerative loss. Now at 50% loss bilaT. Quit wearing them in 6th grade and got a brand new set when I was 29 or 30. It's weird knowing bullfrogs aren't semis driving over rumble strips. Took me 33 years to realize and yeah I also realize I'm slightly old.
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    • Imagine hearing Old Town Road and having to remove your hearing aids in fear of being tortured again.
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    • Never cried but I was happy I could finally understand what the damn people on the radio were saying
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    • Damn, I take the bird’s chirping for granted
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    • Didn’t have hearing aids but surgery to fix my hearing and I remember one night laying in bed during recovery I started freaking out because I heard these strange noises, turns out the noises were just the ruffles of the bed sheets
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    • I gotta say, I’m diggin this wholesome set
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    • WHY IS THE FEATURES SO DAMN TEAR INDUCING????
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    • When I got my hearing aids at 16, I realized that masturbating makes noise. FML
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    • this is wholesome as fuck
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    • This shit is so pure and wholesome. I'm so glad they can enjoy sound now.
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    • This is so pure can we get an E
      Teknetix 29 may
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    • This is beyond wholesome. This is pure.
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    • Wholesome 100,000,000
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    • We take so much for granted. Be grateful guys.
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    • [everybody liked that]
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    • *voice cracking* nice
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    • My friend clapping alone in his room
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    • Lmao someone should let them listen to porn
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    • Ive worn hearing aids since i was 4 years old and i lost a pair for a while and didn't wear any for 3 years. When i put them back in again every sound scared the shit out of me.
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    • Wholesome...I wish you the best of hearing
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    • Wait til you hear the asshole who wont stop clicking his pen
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    • I understand this so much except it was when I got my first pair of glasses. I was like "holy crap, so THAT'S what the stars actually look like"
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    • Can relate, got glasses and stared at trees and the clouds for hours
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    • Just imagine the frequencies we still cant hear and the colors we cant see. There is a whole invisible world out there
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    • Imagine what like minecraft music would do
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    • So glad this comment section is relatively wholesome. It’s not funny, but it’s beautiful and uplifting, and sometimes that’s all we need
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    • Yeah i got glasses at the age of 14 and never knew i was blind before that. Didnt quite make me cry but it really makes you appreciate how stunningly beautiful nature is.
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    • Happy chicken noise
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    • Bubble bubble bubble
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    • Makes you realize that you don't appreciate the littlest things like hearing these common, almost everyday, noises
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    • Things we take for granted and on bad days find it a nuisance
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    • I've been wearimg hearing aides since I was five. The technology is not perfect but it is continuously advancing. They're just now becoming waterproof. Every new set I get allows me to hear new sounds I've never heard before. I didn't hear leaves rustle or chairs creek until just a few years ago.
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    • I remember getting mine. I cried for maybe four hours?
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    • My ASL instructor said its rude to want deaf people to be able to hear. Bullshit.
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    • I used to have hearing aids but I was bullied because of them, so I stopped wearing them. When I first got them I was shocked to hear the sound of the vent in the ceiling. I couldn’t hear it and my mom basically cried when I reacted to it.
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    • This is how I felt getting glasses at 14 after living a life with 20/400 vision and a mom that refused to get my vision tested. She even went so far as to tell my school not to test my vision twice a year like they did for everyone else.
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    • People are all behind this person who just got hearing aids but are criticizing the cops for coming to that kids school cause he didn’t want to be alone
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    • One of the upsides to being deaf is the invulnerability to ear rape
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