The debate tearing up the internet this morning is not what’s going on in North Korea or Jerusalem, but rather: do you hear Laurel or Yanny in this clip?
What do you hear?! Yanny or Laurel pic.twitter.com/jvHhCbMc8I
— Cloe Feldman (@CloeCouture) May 15, 2018
Tip: try listening on speaker and on headphones. It’s not a hoax.
The solution is here. Bizarrely, it’s all about the pitch.
It’s Janet Jackson’s birthday today (1966) as well as tennis player Gabriela Sabatini (1970), and of course, Google Doodle’s honoree of the day Polish painter Tamara de Lempicka (1898).
On Twitter today:
A dog being adorable. Probably also slobbery. Such is the way with dogs.
When you have no idea how to play Yahtzee but still want to be involved pic.twitter.com/gWNVE9kAg3
— Ash Warner (@AlsBoy) May 15, 2018
The animal that gets its name at the beginning of every dictionary for children.
Aan Aafternoon Aardvark pic.twitter.com/elg0M1ukmA
— Ruth Nic Hata Risteard (@RuthieFizz) May 14, 2018
The worried owl.
The wombles have a drag race
And some kittens casting The Glamour on humans.
Matthew sent in some insects.
— Ainsley S (@americanbeetles) May 15, 2018
I’ve no idea what this one is. Does anyone know?
— なかむら (@nkmr_field) May 13, 2018
This clip makes it quite obvious (at least to me) that herding is co-opted hunting.
Love this dog pic.twitter.com/bNwhwzTom8
— James Rebanks (@herdyshepherd1) May 15, 2018
Now watch me whip
Watch me nae nae
Quick video of young Dipper getting fed. pic.twitter.com/cObSnINQ0t
— Nigs ️🐞🐠🐕🦗 (@Nigelstewart76) May 15, 2018
Finally, on to Poland where the workers have apparently usurped power leaving the editor protesting plaintively.
A: Let’s go back to work.
Ja: Wracamy do roboty.
Hat-tip: Heather, Matthew, Michael