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- I hear it with a Y though, because i'm British, obviously.detritus
- definite yanniGnash
- except it's laurel ... it starts and ends with "el" sounds ... there's literally no "y" in the pronunciation at allmonospaced
- How weird - now on my speakers at work it sounds like Laurel. I hate this sort of shit! Beforehand there was 'literally no' Ls or Rs in what I was hearing.detritus
- I hear no L sounds what so ever.dopepope
- It all depends on the speakers. On my TV I hear Yanny, on my car radio I hear Laurel. I could even go back and fourth and replicate.ETM
You can hear the words ‘Brainstorm’ or ‘Green Needle’ based on which word you think about.
Laurel Laurel Laurel Laurel Laurel
Anything else is 100% dementia
Surprised this hasn't been posted yet. Fucking hilarious.
I hear both at the same time in different pitches (if that's the right term). It sounds like two channels of audio smashed togeher and played at the same time.
Can someone photoshop Yanni in a white and gold dress? With Set’s face please. Thanks
Next one: Lipstick or dog cock
NYTimes gives us the explanation and a tool so you can hear either Yanny or Laurel.
The original clip came from the vocabulary.com page for “laurel,” the word for a wreath worn on the head, “usually a symbol of victory.”
Basically it's poor audio quality from speakers that makes some ppl hear "yanny."
This thread does not deliver
Guys, this is a ripe opportunity to duplicate this video but change the audio to "anus" but keep everything else the same. Post to YouTube, share, then bask in the hilarity.
long story short if u hear laurel > you are an old deaf cunf.
I watched this entire thing and still hear Yanni. My wife hears Laurel and sometimes both. Its maddening.
if I have my headphones on it says Laurel but if I put the headphones on the table I can hear Yanni..