"Sarah, it's been reported that you hear Laurel, how do you respond?" asks an unidentified staffer.
"So clearly Laurel", says Ivanka Trump.
The age of your ears will also affect what you hear, the sounds of "Yanny play at a higher frequency than those of "Laurel".
Just like the dress that surfaced online in 2013, which gave wind to the debate whether it's gold and white or blue and black, the two seemingly unrelated words "Yanny" and "Laurel" have been buzzing the internet lately.
"Laurel" debate that's baffled the internet this week is dead.
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'Yanny's the victor, Laurel's the loser, ' she confidently declares.
To make it more clear, humans typically pay attention to three different frequencies when they're listening to speech.
"A little hearing impaired or have some high-frequency loss than your focuses is more towards those low frequencies and you're more likely to hear Laurel", said Stone.
"There really isn't a true reality, there is only our perceptual reality", Crum said.
So, what do you hear?