Is it just one, long hole?  Or, is a straw a cylinder, with a hole at each end?  Or…

The internet has thrown us into many such debates, like that dress (was it blue or gold?), jeans (how would a horse wear them?), etc.

Here’s one which has divided Reddit into three camps over the burning question: “Does a straw have one or two holes, and why?”

“Team One” offers up evidence for their position like, “One – ’cause there’s nothing in between;” while the “Team Two” claims there’s a top and bottom hole.

Meanwhile, there’s an entire other argument for neither, “Team Zero,” 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.”

Your thoughts?  

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