Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Laurel or Yanny? This audio clip is driving the internet insane

Laurel or Yanny? This audio clip is driving the internet insane

Some Twitter users have said they hear "Yanny" and some say they hear "Laurel". "I hear laurel", wrote Ryan Switzer.

"Watched this for 5 min and heard yanny...watched it 5 min later and I hear laurel". "There is no N sound".

An audio file of a robotic voice saying a word has some people hearing "Yanny" and others hearing "Laurel". In an attempt to create some sort of control setting, we placed a set of headphones on Madison Mills, a member of our video team, and played the video without her knowing anything about what to expect.

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His decision comes on the heels of similar retirements by fellow greats Cooper Cronk and Johnathan Thurston late previous year . The bombshell announcement will leave the Maroons with a huge void to fill in a position Smith has made his own since 2003.

While the post is going viral on Twitter, its origins appear to be an Instagram poll that subsequently jumped to Reddit.

Beauty and fashion designer Cloe Feldman tweeted a video Monday with an audio track and asked people to vote, 'What do you hear?! It gained a new life Tuesday though with thousands across the country looking at each other, like 'no way, how can you hear that?' Plz send help and also tell us what you hear in the comments down below.

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