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long story short if u hear laurel > you are an old deaf cunf.
You can hear the words ‘Brainstorm’ or ‘Green Needle’ based on which word you think about.
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."
Surprised this hasn't been posted yet. Fucking hilarious.
if I have my headphones on it says Laurel but if I put the headphones on the table I can hear Yanni..
Next one: Lipstick or dog cock
- 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
Its both. I can hear both, although Laurel is quite a bit lower.
I watched this entire thing and still hear Yanni. My wife hears Laurel and sometimes both. Its maddening.
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.
First I heard Yanny. Then an hour or two later I heard Laurel.
Then I went WTF and started researching it more.
Now I've trained my ear to hear whichever one that I want.
Can someone photoshop Yanni in a white and gold dress? With Set’s face please. Thanks
Laurel Laurel Laurel Laurel Laurel
Anything else is 100% dementia
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