Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by MossCommuter, 16 May 2018.
The new "blue dress".
Some hear Yanny and others Laurel.
Which are you?
Yanny, kind of.
Yanny, quite obviously (to me). How people would hear 'Laurel' is a mystery.
I heard "Yanny" once, the very first time I played it but now I only hear Laurel.
laurel for me
Yanny for me and the missus. Can't see how you would make 'Laurel' out of it.
^^^^^^I'm surprised you didn't hear "fray bentos"^^^^^^^
I only hear Laurel, so maybe there are two versions available, with only one on offer to different listeners.
There's no way Laurel and Yanny sound similar.
Laurel. No question. If I hadn't been given any options at all I would have said Laurel.
I was wondering that too...
Even though I say laurel in my head.
Apparently it's down to your ability to hear higher pitch frequencies
If you strip out the high pitched stuff it sounds like "Laurel"
I'm hearing "Yanny" despite having given my hearing a frightful bashing in nightclubs in the past
That's reassuring as even after all that techno I still don't hear 'laurel'. What I do hear is 'yearly' or 'yelly' or something. So out of the two options it's 'yanny', but in a stupid accent and not what I would have said had it not been written down in front of me.
Has anybody tried the Mariah Carey Christmas one?
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