“May have just found next “Yanni or Laurel” soundbite thanks to my daughter’s obsession with Elmo. Listen once thinking Grover says “Yes, yes, that’s a f**king excellent idea” then again KNOWING he actually says “Yes, yes, that sounds like an excellent idea.” I hear either based on what I’m thinking” One commented noted the sentence changes whether or not they are reading the title on top of the video or not. I found that’s true for me as well. Anticipating can change how you see – or – hear – things.

“May have just found next “Yanni or Laurel” soundbite thanks to my daughter’s obsession with Elmo. Listen once thinking Grover says “Yes, yes, that’s a f**king excellent idea” then again KNOWING he actually says “Yes, yes, that sounds like an excellent idea.” I hear either based on what I’m thinking”

One commented noted the sentence changes whether or not they are reading the title on top of the video or not. I found that’s true for me as well.

Anticipating can change how you see – or – hear – things.

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I suspect we’re all a bit synesthetic or rather the senses have far more crossings than we currently teach.

I love how I can switch it back and forth just by looking at it and looking away.

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