Do you hear "Yanny" or "Laurel"?

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The question breaking the internet do you hear "Yanny" or "Laurel"?

I hear Laurel but lets start our own poll on Steemit!

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What I hear is definitely closer to Yanny, but it's more like Yammy or Yeah-me, I'm not hearing anything close to Laurel though.

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exactly, I could hear no 'L' consonant at all

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Exactly! I hear the same as you! Yammy! ;)

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people is freakinnnnnng Laurel!

Laurel.

Laurel

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That’s 2 for Laurel 0 For Yanny

Did you ask anyone around you what they heard?

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Wait.... the boys hear Laurel the girls Yanni

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My girlfriend hears Yanny it´s crazy

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Here’s how to hear both this video explains it well

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That’s great.... so I am correct.

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Haha yeah we are correct
Everyone else is making it up in there head... literally

I hear Laurel.But I've not seen any explanation of the significance.But does it matter? I've lasted 91 years without being aware I could be losing out.

Anyway Laurel is a word,as in Bush or paired with Hardy.What does Yanny do? They probably mean Fanny.

It's YANNY no matter how many times I replay.

#TeamYanny

I hear yarie and there is nothing you can say to change my mind

Turns out that any one you hear is right because the robot was programmed with the two words. Its a sound frequency game. The programmer infused both words therefore leaving your brain to choose between the two...if you hear laurel then your ears pick on high frequency and if you hear yanny your ears pick on lower frequency and for those that hears the two, you are perfectly fine. This simply means your brain toggles between the two words. Any which way we all are right.

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But the original recording was Laurel

Hearing Laurel from your post with headphones on, but in my office at work with someone playing a clip from across the room I hear Yanny....

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Hegelian dialectic : false opposition both of which ultimately serve the state

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On this one I hear Laurel but the other day I was hearing Yanny. I wonder if it's the frequency at which the audio is played back?

I was hearing Laurel the first time I saw this, now I hear Yanny, What kind of sorcery is this??