With barely a week left of the decade, the internet has come through with what will surely be the final iteration of the meme of the 2010s.
It began with The Dress, got a second moment with Yanny and Laurel, and has now resurfaced thanks to this TikTok video which was posted on Twitter yesterday.
The video shows someone in the distance on a swing and asks people to like if they think the person is swinging towards the camera, and comment if they think they're swinging away.
Here's the result:
Twitter: 378 likes (facing the camera), 88 replies (facing the building)
TikTok: 147,900 likes (facing the camera), 11,100 comments (facing the building)
Of course, there are a number of factors to consider here. Firstly, it's possible that people were sort of instinctively clicking the 'like' button without thinking about what they were voting for. It's also worth bearing in mind that not all comments say that they think the person is facing the building.
It feels relatively safe to say that most people think the swing is facing the camera, but obviously people are divided.
What do you see?