"I hear Yanny", she added. It's a recording of a computerized voice saying one of the two names.
JJ heard Yanny but thanks to his little brother Derek, he hears Laurel.
"My wife heard yanny".
I, however, continue to hear "Laurel".
"If you hear Yanny and not Laurel I don't trust you", user Quincy Quarter-Zips tweeted.
Cloe Feldman, whose Twitter account now commands 206,000 followers, posted the Laurel-Yanny query and clip, which contained a looping robotic voice, on Monday night.
Some of them heard "Gary" or "Yee-haw" or even "Yeery". "I go to my dad and ask him what he hears and the thing says 'Yanny.' No, I did not click on 2 different videos, and other friends of mine are hearing mixed things".
But I must know, what do you hear? "This is a case for the Federal Bureau of Investigation", one Twitter user wrote.
The debate rings similar to that of "the dress" from the early months of 2015.
The clip comes a few years after a black-and-blue or white-and-gold dress divided friendships online.
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