The internet is divided over whether a man is saying 'Yanny' or 'Laurel' in this clip
Everyone seems to have a view.
Look, we all remember the dress, right? That was pretty big.
Your mate talked to you about that. Your mother talked to you about that. Your granny talked to you about that. It got about talked about a lot by people across the world. A lot of shit was chat about whether a dress was blue or black or white and old.
Well, we regret to inform you that we could now be looking at something of similar proportions again.
Let us explain. See, in an audio clip recently uploaded to Twitter, you can hear a male operator saying one word - but it's not just one word, because some people think it is one of two. 'Laurel' or 'Yanny'.
That's one word being spoken but with two interpretations. Sheer madness.
Listen then pick a side, here:
What do you hear?! Yanny or Laurel pic.twitter.com/jvHhCbMc8I
— Cloe Feldman (@CloeCouture) May 15, 2018
“I hear ‘Yanny.’ The sound isn’t even close to ‘Laurel’…I do not hear the ‘r,'” one person tweeted.
“Laurel wtf,” another replied.
And the discourse only escalated from there.
how are y’all hearing laurel? it clear as day says yanny
— lexy rose (@imlexyrose) May 15, 2018
I hear yanny but my dad and boyfriend hear laurel im shook
— Ashley Barrentine (@ashtatbarr) May 15, 2018
There’s a higher pitch Yanny at the same time as a lower pitch Laurel... so both
— A$AP HAMS (@Noahham) May 15, 2018
if the volume is loud i hear laurel, if the volume is lower i hear yanny
— taylor carter (@TayCartt) May 15, 2018
I hear Laurel and Laurel only. pic.twitter.com/OxkqHkG9yC
— 🌫🌫🌫 (@Kiara_monet97) May 15, 2018
Yanny....I listened 10 times and cant figure out how anyone hears laurel
— kissy kay (@tpwkkay) May 15, 2018
Seriously though, it's 'Yanny', right. Right???