Remember the times when the internet was torn apart? Like the U.S and Russia? Okay, sorry! Yeah but something similar has yet again divided the internet. This one (in)famous blue/golden dress debate?? Damn! The time when people said, “yeah, okay it’s clearly blue.” While on the other hand, a vast majority would say, “What even? The dress is CLEARLY golden and white”
— Nick Horton (@itsnickhorton) May 16, 2018
Well, we have something of that sort again. Trust us, but this here will you want to bang your head on the wall after hearing this. So, what we hear is Laurel! While some of us heard ‘Yanny’! Ajeeb. No, it’s Laurel.
Hear it yourself!
What do you hear?! Yanny or Laurel pic.twitter.com/jvHhCbMc8I
— Cloe Feldman (@CloeCouture) May 15, 2018
Yeah, we know you heard Laurel. NO? Liar!! This debate is something that will keep you busy through your first roza and you will want to kill people with anxiety whoever differs from your hearing.
So, some are even calculating pitches!
— ???????? (@nickthebadguy) May 16, 2018
But this girl did some metaphysics to know the real game behind it!
Couldn't stand the bamboozle so I dissected the audio file in Ableton. Turns out both words are there, you can hear "Laurel" under 1khz and "Yanny" over 1khz. Guess it depends on your hearing sensitivity or something? I still struggle to hear Laurel #Yanny #Laurel #laureloryanny pic.twitter.com/tt9AqLtGCM
— Amy Ash (@AmyAshLDN) May 16, 2018
I showed my dad the #laureloryanny audio clip and he heard “Gary.”
— Kate McAlonen ☮ (@katemacaroni) May 16, 2018
We are with him!!!
I don’t care what anybody says…IT’S LAUREL! #laureloryanny
— Froggy ? (@froggyradio) May 16, 2018
Some took it to another level! But guess what the Poll says the sammeeee! Win win win!
Did you see the clip making its rounds? What do you hear?#LaurelorYanny
Vote & Retweet
— Political Polls (@Politicalpolls_) May 16, 2018
Phew! It’s too hard to prove your point when half of the internet is against you! lol. But according to the audio scientists, if your hear the audio in high-pitch you’ll hear the word ‘yanny’ and if you hear the audio in low-pitch you’d hear laurel!
Damn it! What do you think?