Discussion in 'SMB' started by Fetch Fletch, May 16, 2018 at 9:40 PM.
Yanny for me
Bread and circuses in mays Britain
Can hear both. There’s two words overlapping so can hear both if you try.
On LBC this morning.
The answer is, fuck off.
Yannay ( that's how I heard it ) for me like .
Aye- my lass has just been playing that bk to me.
It’s ‘Laurel’ btw.
Laurel on radio on way home in car, Yally ( not Yanny) on my phone.
Laurel. What do I win?
Blimey just played it back and all I can hear now is Laurel on exactly the same bit of kit!
I’ve tried to hear Yanni but I can’t
A hearing aid
I’ve swung from Yanny to Laurel then back to Yanny with the occasional Laurel.
When I saw the headline on BBC and the image of Stan Laurel underneath, I thought it was going to be some conspiracy about Laurel dying and being replaced by a lookalike.
Heard via an ear bud headphone.
It is somebody saying Laurel.
Yanni for this old fella
All I hear is SEB.
What sort of a word is Yanny anyway?
Heard yanny at first but then said Laurel in my head as it was playing and from that point could clearly hear Laurel
Weirdly I think it depends on exact volumes.
They played it on BBC Newcastle when I was driving in this morning.
It sounded clearly like "Yarry" and nothing at all like Laurel but the presenters claimed they all hear Laurel.
I turned the volume up slightly on the radio to get a better listen, and when played at a higher volume I heard Laurel clearly.
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