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Auditory phenomenon wherein reading a line of text commonly attributed to a person or persons with a particularly unique voice or accent causes the mind to hear that person's voice. This is not unique to famous individuals, as works clearly written with various accents (Irish, French, Pirate) yield similar results.

So named after the character Professor Farnsworth in Futurama.
So my buddy texted me, 'What's the Farnsworth Phenomenon?', so I texted him back, 'What do you think of when I type 'Good News Everyone?', a minute later he sends me back a '=O'
by GodOfAtheism November 05, 2010
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Auditory phenomenon wherein reading the work of a person with a particularly unique voice or accent causes the mind to hear that person's voice. Happens a lot of with Professor Farnsworth's catch phrase.
Good News, Everyone!

You just said that like Professor Farnsworth, hence the Farnsworth Phenomenon
by bobbyddog November 05, 2010

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