Yanny or Laurel - what do you hear


(Chris Kite) #1

This morning I was hearing Yanny but now I’m hearing Laurel.
Although Im sure I speak perfect french, not everyone agrees. Now I know why😉


(Mandy Davies) #2

Laurel for me.


(Chris Kite) #3

Strange thing was that OH hears the opposite…


(Ann Coe) #4

Laurel for me too !


(stella wood) #5

Yanny for me… and I’ve listened to it twice now… Yanny both times… nothing like Laurel as far as I am concerned.

Though, to be fair, if I was asked to say what the word was (without the prompting of Yanny or Laurel)… I would be hard pressed to give anything sensible as I hear it as a bit of bungled vocabulary… :upside_down_face::smile::roll_eyes:


(James Higginson) #6

Laurel, can’t make myself hear Yanny!


(Helen Wright) #7

I can only hear Laurel…I tried to hear Yanny too…but it’s not happening…(listening on a mobile…) x :slight_smile:


(stella wood) #8

My family may be correct after all… they often joke about me … saying… “they broke the mould after you were born” and then they whisper… “thank heavens” :upside_down_face::relaxed::hushed::hugs:


(Mark Robbins) #9

Yanny, whoever she may be!


(stella wood) #10

You must be as crazy as I am… :upside_down_face::relaxed:


(James Higginson) #11

@cat says yelly!


(Chris Kite) #12

Our cat says miaow…


(Ann Coe) #13

I would go with your cat Chris, sounds purrfect to me, even after giving it ‘paws’ for thought, your cat wins by a whisker :wink:


(Chris Kite) #14