A Question To Destroy All Mankind: Does A Straw Have One Hole Or Two?
Things got pretty tense on Twitter when users couldn’t agree on what most might think is a simple question – does a straw have one hole or two?
So far over 91,000 people have voted and/or commented on their take on the dilemma.
We had a riveting discussion about this at lunch, but I want to hear from all of you: Does a straw have one or two holes?
— Jess Marfisi (@jessdrawz) January 26, 2018
But before you take a side on this very important issue facing us today, here are some compelling arguments:
straws have one hole. would you say a donut has 2 holes? no. a straw is just a long plastic donut. its not long enough to get away with having 2 holes. humans are long enough donuts to have 2 holes, humans even have several holes. straws are not human length
— coconut (@heycoco_art) January 24, 2018
If you look at any plane perpendicular to the straw surface, cut a cross section, you have 1 hole. You can do that infinitely many times.
— PHILtheMath (@JPhilJr) January 28, 2018
If you were to poke a hole in the middle, and blow water into it, you would be blowing water into one hole and it would be coming out of two holes, thus THREE HOLES, thus there are TWO HOLES ORIGINALLY!!!!
— GENE! (@genegoldstein) January 26, 2018
And then of course we have those people who just not helping anyone.
The dress is blue
— 11 (@ELEVENSIXTY) January 27, 2018
Come on guys, don’t start that up again.
Basically, this is how the majority of us are feeling about it in 3 simple tweets:
your thread is chaos
— lily ❄️ (@liliuhms) January 27, 2018
starting ww3 over here jess
— marie lum 林 (@PuccaNoodles) January 27, 2018