Toy Story 3 scene goes viral after audience hears two different things

A scene from Disney’s Toy Story 3 has gone viral after an audio illusion split viewers who claim they heard two very different recordings.

The video – which was posted on Saturday and has since racked up nearly 30 million views – shows a clip from the 2010 film of Barbie tearing up the outfits of a tied up Ken, with the latter yelling one of two things.

According to user Kitty Feeley, you can hear either “Oh, Barbie” or “Oh, f–k.”

“Do you hear ‘oh barbie’ or ‘oh f-k’,” reads the text in the video.

“I literally listen to both,” Feeley jokes.

Several people have dropped their own personal views.

A scene from Disney's "toy story 3" has gone viral after an audio illusion split viewers who claim to have heard two very different recordings.

A scene from Disney’s Toy Story 3 has gone viral after an audio illusion split viewers who claim they heard two very different recordings.


According to user Kitty Feeley, you can hear either "oh barbie" or "oh f--k."

According to user Kitty Feeley, you can hear either “oh barbie” or “oh f–k”.


The video features a clip from the 2010 film in which Barbie rips the outfits of a tied up Ken, with the latter yelling one of two things.

The video features a clip from the 2010 film in which Barbie rips the outfits of a tied up Ken, with the latter yelling one of two things.


“I HEARED OH BARBIE FOR THE FIRST TIME AND NOW I CAN’T HEAR IT ANY MORE,” yelled one user

“No way is he saying ‘oh Barbie,'” said another commenter.

“It’s one of those ‘you hear what you think’ like brainstorming and green needle,” said another person.

One user actually compared it to the “Yanny or Laurel” debate of 2018, or the even more viral “Is the dress blue/black or yellow/gold” debate.

“The new Laurel or Yanny,” joked one user.

“I’m so confused, how can I hear both,” interjected a fourth person.

https://nypost.com/2022/11/27/toy-story-3-scene-goes-viral-after-audiences-hear-two-different-things/ Toy Story 3 scene goes viral after audience hears two different things

Emma Bowman

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