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There's a new" Yanny or Laurel "making the rounds on the internet, and this time it's a rude one from an unlikely source : Sesame Street .
Viewers of the Children's Program ar Man is convinced that Muppet Grover recently said in an episode, "Yes, yes, that's an excellent idea."
But others hear, as Grover says, "Yes, yes, that sounds like a great idea."
Listen below and prepare for numerous battles with your relatives with differently shaped ears:
The clip was recently shared with Reddit and has since received nearly 84,000 upvotes, most of them claiming that they can hear what version they want as long as they are thinking about it.
This will, of course, remind people of the soundbite "yanny or laurel", where listeners can hear a computer generated voice saying one or the other name.
At that time, an expert told Men's Health that both interpretations were correct; Whether you've heard "yanny" or "laurel" depends on what elements of the recording your brain picked up. (For what it was worth, the guy who originally picked it actually said "Laurel.") Click here for our complete explanation of the science behind the Yanny or Laurel debate.
Perhaps this last test from Sesame Street is just another example of how complicated our ears and our brains really are.