The Daily Bonnet has reached out to scientists to explain the question that has taken the Internet by storm. In the audio clip below, do you hear the name “Corny” or “Menno”? The debate has raged on for days…but the answer may not be so simple. Audiologists suggest that due to differences in the shape of our ears, each of us hears frequencies differently. Psychologists also suggest you may simply be hearing what you want to be hearing. I guess we’ll never know for sure. We’ve looped the track so you have more time to listen. Click play to have a listen.
Some will hear Menno and some will hear Corny. Is it your ear drums or just the power of suggestion? Which name do you hear?