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What do you hear? [View all] mia May 2018 OP
I DESPISE stuff like this being misused by the MSM implying its an example of how divided we are and populistdriven May 2018 #1
It's the audio version of "The Dress". mia May 2018 #3
Yes, and like the DRESS it is subject to interpretation BUT it is not an example of populistdriven May 2018 #4
Never knew that that "the dress" was used to show how Americans are divided. mia May 2018 #6
they said verbatim that the yanny was an example of this on CNN this morning populistdriven May 2018 #7
Reminds me of this. mia May 2018 #8
Which for some strange reason reminds me of this (why is the grass green?) populistdriven May 2018 #9
Starts with a Y clearly but sounds like YeRRy to me underpants May 2018 #2
Can you be sure that it isn't BOTH and the words have been superimposed? no_hypocrisy May 2018 #5
I hear both, but not at same time, I have to concentrate and then Exotica May 2018 #10
I hear Yanny at first but can hear the end of Laurel in a lower tone. NightWatcher May 2018 #11
I tried to switch it, but I couldn't. Iggo May 2018 #12
I hear Laurel only... Phentex May 2018 #13
Yanny. I can't even frogmarch May 2018 #14
Laurel and only Laurel. Ron Obvious May 2018 #15
Boy, me too. Laffy Kat May 2018 #17
I keep trying to think Laurel and dhol82 May 2018 #27
This morning heard the higher-pitched Yanny, and now only hearing the lower-pitched Laurel Donkees May 2018 #16
I just heard it on the radio on NPR and it was clearly Laurel underpants May 2018 #18
I just listened again, and it's back to Yanny, Yanny, Yanny :) Donkees May 2018 #19
Do You Hear "Yanny" or "Laurel"? (SOLVED with SCIENCE) mia May 2018 #20
I heard Yanny at a low volume, and Laurel at a high volume. demmiblue May 2018 #21
It was bound to happen LostOne4Ever May 2018 #22
It's going to be fun times for those named Laurel. mia May 2018 #23
That's my new favorite website. Iggo May 2018 #24
Yanny, but I heard Laurel once when I turned up the volume. demmiblue May 2018 #25
I would have voted, but you failed to include ashling May 2018 #26
Yesterday I only heard, "Yammy" and today I only hear Laurel LeftInTX May 2018 #28
What do you see? sl8 May 2018 #29
Good one! mia May 2018 #30
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