In trending news this morning, a robot voice takes over the internet and asks listeners to decide what they hear, plus 24k golden chicken wings are being sold in NYC and finally Tesla is breaking an impressive record!
First up, do you hear Laurel or Yanny?! It's the question that took the internet by storm late Tuesday night. The origin of the video hasn't necessarily been discovered yet but a robotic voice has Facebook, Twitter and Instagram users choosing sides.
According to CNET, a user on Reddit shared the clip a few days ago.
Apparently, playing with the bass levels on your computer can help you hear both pronunciations. So click the video above and let us know, what do you hear?
Also trending this morning, there's a new food oddity that's making the 'cronut' a thing of the past. New York City restaurant The Ainsworth partnered wtih Jonathan "FoodGod" Cheban to create 24-Karat gold chicken wings!
The wings are brined for 12 hours, coated with a house-made dry rub, baked, flash fried and then coated in a layer of gold dust. The restaurant says they wanted to create something over the top that's never been done before. 10 wings will cost you $45.
Finally, Tesla is breaking some impressive records with its Model X SUV. The car earned a Guinness World Record for towing after the company released a video Tuesday showing the vehicle towing a 287,000 pound Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.
It towed the Qantas Airlines jet nearly 1,000 feet on a taxiway at Australia's Melbourne Airport. The feat seat a new record for being the heaviest tow by an electric production passenger vehicle.