Fresh from the blue slash gold dress, the grey slash pink shoes and every other possible "which one is it" meme on the Internet, comes this. Well, we might have a sequel. And one person summed it all up, writing, "I mean HOW are we communicating on a day to day basis if half you are hearing "yanny"?" "I can't even figure out how one would hear yanny", she wrote.
Meanwhile, Ellen DeGeneres said the debate was so big that "literally everything at my show just stopped to see if people hear Laurel or Yanny".
Just like that another social post has divided the internet, but this time in audio form.
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The whole debate is a reminder that the internet is an wonderful place.
Many say they hear it both ways. "With a high-quality recording, and if all listeners were listening with the same device, there may not be any confusion".
While some can rest on their "laurels", many have sparked a debate about how two people can hear different names. Its accompanied by a brief audio sample that sounds, impossibly, like both of the two very different words.
However, it seems like there are many people who hear the the word "yanny" in the recording.