Match Voice to Person (Karlos) | Lineup | Cut


– Here smell me then. – You smell like vanilla. – Yeah good. If you like, wear vanilla guys like that, like the smell of food. – Who lied to you? – Cosmopolitan. – This is a white chick. She’s reading Cosmopolitan and taking fragrance advice. I’m Karlos. – How am I gonna do that? – Okay blindfold, okay. That wouldn’t work for
me because I sound white. I used to get phone interviews, you know how your job calls you and they’re like “Oh great”, and then I get there and they’re like “We didn’t have an interview for you.” And I was like yeah you did, yeah you did. – Yup. – [Man With Beard] Hello. – [Karlos] Hi. – [Man With Beard] Do I smell good or bad? – It smells like soap. – [Man With Beard] Well he got that right. – Did you grow up here in Seattle? – [Man With Beard] No, I’m from Kentucky. – I think he’s a black man. Rap. – Well, first of all that’s racist, to assume that all black men rap. – He’s definitely black because only a black man says all black men, like that’s something I literally say, so he’s definitely a black man. I feel like he has like a fade, or no, maybe even dreads. And that’s my final decision. – Alright, thank you. – [Older Woman] Hi there. – Uh, ooh. – [Older Woman] Ooh? What? – Are you okay? – [Older Woman] I’m okay. – Is this that person’s real voice? – [Older Woman] You’re
walking on thin ice now. – I don’t know, this person’s creepy. He sounds like a caricature. Are you a male or a female? Say “Suck my dick.” – Why would I say that? – Definitely a female, ’cause a male would have said it. – Well, suck my dick. – Talk sexy to me. – Oh man. Suck my dick. – Give me some slang
terms, talk Ebonics to me. – What’re you talkin’ ’bout y’all? – Definitely white, 50 year old white woman frail and skinny. It was nice meeting you old person. – You too, young black person. – [Man] Hello. – Hello. How was your day, how are you doing? – [Man] I’m pretty good, pretty good man. I woke up, I’ll be tired today. – Oh wait, wait say you’re tired again. – Tired. – He might be Asian. Do you like anime? – Yeah. – Yup. – My voice sounds Asian? – Yeah do you not hear yourself? I believe he is a
foreign exchange student, you have like the Asian comb-over, maybe smaller than me. Bye. – Bye. – What’s so funny guys? – [Girl] Hello. – Hi. – [girl] Hi. – Who are y’all finding
these caricatures at? Do you like Outback? – Outback SteakHouse? – Yep, she’s definitely Australia. – What race do you think I am? – Greek. – Do I sound smart? – Uh, the way you said smart, yes, smart. – Cool, thank you – Smart. – [Woman] Hey. Here smell me then. – You smell like vanilla. – [Woman] Yeah, good. I mean, I do it for my boyfriend. But if you, listen, listen, listen. – Oh no, uh-huh. Your voice is annoying. – Oh my God. – So this chick was a
cheerleader in high school. – Whatever.
– Did you read Ebony? – I don’t know what that is. – Yep, definitely not black, or a person of color. ‘Cause even if you’re not black, you know what Ebony magazine is. It’s like the blackest magazine there is. – Yeah. Okay. – Yeah. Definitely stops at Starbucks
at least twice a day, she orders a double venti frappuccino. – I love frappuccinos, too. Because if you think about it. Like, no listen– – Listen, listen, listen. Oh my god! (laughs) What is she wearing? Like booty shorts? I don’t think that you’re
actually a valley girl, I think that you’re more of
like a from New Jersey girl. Like Snooki. Snooki! Snooki, perfect example! Bye. – Bye. – Oh she’s wearing wedges. – [Woman] Yes, obviously! – [Man With Red Shirt]
What’s up, what’s up? – You sounded like heavy footed, so you’re wearing some sort of a boot. How you doing, how’s your day? – [Man With Red Shirt]
I woke up a little late. – Off the rip you just sound like, like a white kid. Who probably lives with his parents. Whisper sweet nothings in my ear. – How you doing today? – That’s not sweet. – I like your haircut. – Oh, thank you! 6’2. Like surfer dude, collared shirt, khakis. Bye. – Bye, thank you. – [Blonde Woman] Hi. – Hi. – [Blonde Woman] Hi, what’s your name? – [Karlos] My name’s Karlos. Do you think you have a unique voice? – [Blonde Woman] No, do you
think you have a unique voice? – No, I think you have
a unique voice though. I don’t think you’re from here. I think you sound like
you’re from like Boston. – Oh, are you kidding me? Okay, whatever. I’m not allowed to say anything, but I’m from Pluto. – Pluto? Can you please say “I wish
a motherfucker would.” – I wish a motherfucker would. (laughs) – She’s so white. You know who you remind, okay, Long Island medium, that’s who I that you probably look like. Bye. – Bye, it was very nice meeting you. – Likewise. – Very interesting. – I think I got the Asian
guy right and Snooki. Don’t I know your wife? I think I know his wife. I know your wife, don’t I know your wife? – You may know my wife, she’s Nobubu. – Michelangelo?
– Yeah. – Yeah. I just went, how did I, I just went to
a fucking party with ’em. (laughs) – I was using my white voice that day. – Were you? (laughs) How did you feel being
known as, ‘Black Man’? – I mean it’s not the first
time I’ve heard that, obviously. – See, has that ever affected your job? – I’ve never been
victimized by discrimination because my voice sounds black, but that’s probably because
interviews are done in person. (laughs) – I was actually adopted
when I was 11 years old, by a white family. And my mom was and english teacher and she worked very, very hard ’cause I did not speak
like this before I was 10. And she said that I’m
already gonna have to work twice as hard to be in this world, so it’ll at least make
it a little bit easier, just speak a little bit more properly. – This young lady. – I’m not a Greek, but I am Australian. – Are you Australian?
– Yeah. – Okay, what’s your nationality? – My mom is Singaporean and my dad is British. – That’s kind of like Greek. – Who was the frail voice? – Me. – It’s the pedophile from Family Guy. (laughs) – Want some ice cream? (laughs) – Where are you from? – From Oahu, born and raised. Moved out to the main island
when I was like 17, so. – There isn’t an Asian here. – There is. – There is an Asian here! – I’m an Asian!
– There are Asians here! – We’re Asian! – There’s a lot of Asians here! – But like the Asians that
I was thinking was like, they drive Porsches and shit. (yells) – Who’s the Asian? – This guy. Where are you from? – Whoa! When people look at you, do they think that
you’re just an American, like a black American? – Yeah, like when they look at me, they think I’m American. But then when I speak to them it’s. – Who did I say was ‘Valley Girl’? – It was me. Do I look like I’m from the Valley? – Yeah. – Oh. – I got the short shorts right! – You did get the short shorts right. – And the wedges! – I was a cheerleader
for a really long time. – I think I technically got her right. – Yeah. – I said she’s very Snooki. (clapping)
– Group hug. – It was nice seeing you guys! – You guys are awesome! Oh now you’re like, “Oh
shit, I’m gonna kill you.”

100 thoughts on “Match Voice to Person (Karlos) | Lineup | Cut”

  1. Honestly in the last video I thought the yellow shirt lady was like mean. But looking at this. I think that she is just really energetic.

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  3. The first guy could whisper in my ear all night. The lady after him sounded like that old pedophile man from Family Guy that always says โ€œHii Chrissssth.โ€ ๐Ÿ˜‚

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