Doors vs. Wheels: The National Debate


Over the years there have been various different debates that have caught the attention of many, such as Yanny vs. Laurel, Black & Blue or Gold & White, Pink & White Vans or Teal & Grey Vans, and many more. Well, a new debate has been added to this list: Are there more doors or wheels in the whole world?

The interesting thing about this debate is that it can bring two completely different people who have absolutely nothing in common together. Millions of people are taking a stance on this debate and each side is making a very compelling argument.

Team Doors has the argument of cabinets, skyscrapers, lockers, mailboxes, doll houses, cruise ships, cargo containers, advent calendars, etc.

Team Wheels has the argument of conveyer belts, hot wheels, Legos, grocery carts, spinning/sliding doors, wheely chairs, motorcycles, suitcases, etc.

There have even been some rules set in place like nothing on the internet counts, wheels have to be fully circular, gears are not wheels; it’s up for debate in itself but some say tires are not wheels. Some say that doors have to have a doorknob or handle.

What is the definition of a door?

“A hinged, sliding, or revolving barrier at the entrance to a building, room, or vehicle, or in the framework of a cupboard.”

What is the definition of a wheel?

“A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground.”

These definitions could make or break your argument!

There has even been some spin off debates such as Windows vs. Chairs. Regardless, each side makes a really strong case and it’s stumping a lot of people. Which side are you on?