Numerous theories have been flying around the web, but according to science,we hear different words because it is a low-quality sound clip and both of the words have the same vocal pattern. If the words Laurel or Yanny weren’t first presented, we’d probably be hearing something else. This means that our brains will hear things differently based on what we expect to hear. JUST IN: apparently if you hear Yanny you have superior younger ears. Some kids can hear both.
Perhaps you feel like this is a big waste of time.
Mine would go a little something like this: TURTLES AND TORTOISES ARE NOT THE SAME. TORTOISES CAN GO INTO THEIR SHELLS & HAVE FEET THAT ARE FIT FOR LAND. TURTLES HAVE FIN-LIKE FEET. THAT MEANS THE NINJA TURTLES ARE ACTUALLY TORTOISES. THANK YOU.
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Hotels.com booked the longest URL ever to show us that they’re not only about hotels.
And if you have no interest in reading the link, allow Captain Obvious to do so for you (it takes him 3 minutes).
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