SAN FRANCISCO, CA - JUNE 21: Paper straws sit on the bar at Fog Harbor Fish House on June 21, 2018 in San Francisco, California. San Francisco, Oakland and Berkeley are all considering bans on plastic straws but are facing the difficult challenge of finding suppliers that make paper straws. Aardvark Straws, one of a few paper straw manufacturers in the United States, has seen a 5000 percent surge in sales over the past two years and currently is about two months behind on production. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Debate: Do Straws Have One Hole Or Two???
Kiss FM Detroit
February 27th, 2019
Does A Straw Have One Or Two Holes? The internet has drawn down some very famous debates lately….
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Blue or gold dresses, how would a horse wear jeans, what did Grover from Sesame Street just say to name a few.
Here’s one that divided Reddit into three camps over the burning question: “Does a straw have one or two holes, and why?”
Team one side offers up such evidence for their position as, “One cause there’s nothing in between,” while the two siders claim there’s a top and bottom hole.
Meanwhile, there’s an entire other argument for neither, with those acolytes likening a straw to plumbing, saying, “An ideal straw has no holes. It is a pipe. If it had a hole, it would leak.”