Twitter has seen some very unusual things go viral, but this one could take the cake. This isn’t a joke, a TikTok video, a strange snapshot, or a provocative post; it’s a debate you’ve probably never considered before. Social media users are at a loss to answer strange questions.
The weird Twitter debate spreads like wildfire
Many thousands of Twitter users are discussing a particular topic this week. Which do you think is more common: doors or wheels? All of this began when a Twitter user named Ryan Nixon, who has less than 1,000 followers, published a poll. We have the DUMBEST argument with our friends. What do you think, more doors or wheels? He said. A whopping 223,000 individuals have voted in the poll, with “wheels” narrowly leading with 53.6% of the vote.
This Is An Impossible Question To Answer
No one has ever counted all the doors and wheels in the world because what counts as a door or wheel depends on your definitions. Is it as simple as counting the number of entrances? Or are storage units, motor vehicles, and playhouses excluded? However, what about advent calendars? Do they also include access panels? It’s the same with wheels. Do just automobiles count? What about strollers, wagons, and toy automobiles? Do hamster wheels even count? And there are wheels beneath the refrigerators. Many objects appear to have wheels, so I’m leaning toward that, but there must also be many doors. Since there is no way to determine the correct answer, the ongoing argument is a source of immense aggravation, even though this is precisely what makes the topic so intriguing.
Twitter is split down the middle by the debate at the moment
Twitter remains deeply divided on this issue, with “wheels” coming out on top by a razor-thin margin. Very sturdy wheels, one reviewer said. All automobiles have four wheels and two to four doors. On the other hand, whereas the typical house has six to ten doors, the average person only owns three suitcases, each of which has anywhere from six to twelve wheels. There might be 400 wheels in a toy vehicle collection. Medical facilities often have much more wheels than doors. A lot more of it.
Every bed, gurney, operating table, EKG machine, washing cart, meal tray cart, and charting computer has wheels. While some aren’t convinced doors are the answer, others insist they must be. I’m stuck trying to think of things that roll on wheels and come up empty. Almost every vehicle on wheels, excluding bicycles, has a door. A structure with more entrances than garages is ideal for someone who owns a vehicle. Some individuals on Twitter have also made the same argument, saying that although all automobiles have doors, not all buildings have wheels, and this seems to be moving many people toward the door response. And the saddest thing is, we’ll never know the genuine answer! Thanks, Ryan; you’ve just divided Twitter forever in an eternal discussion.