I just had an interesting thought: I'm about 90% certain that, over the course of my entire life, I have typed more words than I have spoken. In a typical day, and in most situations, I don't say very much. A lot of people think that I am a quiet person, which is not something that I see myself as because in the right situation, I will talk often. But really I spend most of my time in front of a computer screen, so I guess it occurs naturally. Now they are coming out with voice chat and video chat so people do not need to talk as much, but these things really are new to me and I often find myself annoyed by them because I'm so much more comfortable with text than with actually talking. I'm getting better, but I still actively avoid voice chat. Does anyone else feel this way or can you relate? Also, I know that the part of the brain for writing and the part of the brain for speaking aren't strictly the same thing, but I can't give you the specifics easily. I think that the part of my brain that controls writing is more finely developed than the part of my brain that controls speaking. I can generally write well, but when I speak, I often have trouble, fumble, and sound bad in general.