It is a question with an unpredictable answer. But anyway, users were quick to choose sides, come up with their own equations to inform their arguments, and expand on traditional definitions of what constitutes a door or a door. wheel (does a microwave door count? And can a fidget spinner be classified as a wheel?).
But a few TikTok reminders have inspired heated debate about its latest fascination: more wheels or doors in the world?
#TeamWheels Quickly show how many objects have more than one wheel – four-wheelers on your standard vehicle and many more for large rigs. There are at least two bicycles and wheelchairs, and millions of people use them every day. And even if thousands of people work in a skyscraper, a frequent example to back up #TeamDoors’ argument, an open plan office may not have many doors, but it does have a lot of potential. may have multiple wheelchairs (many of which have at least five wheels).
But #TeamDoors‘argument revolves around the prevalence of doors used to enter and exit spaces – offices, bedrooms, bathroom stalls, wardrobes, kitchen cabinets. And if the “door” also includes those miniature doors on the Advent calendar and the heart valve – the door to the soul! – then the doors in a person’s life easily outnumber the wheels they encounter, such as solid doors.
The debate was lively but ultimately pointless spark comparison arrive 2015 enthusiastic with “The Dress” – is it blue and black or white and yellow, and why do we all see it differently? And remember the “Laurel” argument v. “Yanny” of 2018, based on a 4-second audio clip of a robotic voice uttering a two-syllable word? This These are the questions that make netizens wake up at night.
People answer those questions in one of two ways for reasons then studied and explained by many studies. But we may never know the actual number of doors and wheels on Earth – there are more than 7.7 billion people on the planet and the number of doors and wheels a person encounters can vary widely, depending on their location.
So TikTok will argue until its users move on to the next trend – obsessions tend to come and go faster on TikTok, with huge user base, many of them are young people, compared to those who originated on Twitter or other social platforms years ago. However, based on the number of people viewing the hashtags #TeamWheels and #TeamDoors, it seems there are more people in favor of wheels than doors.