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Must Read:The Mandela Effect

There is this weird feeling everyone one of us has experienced before' It's like deja vu but stronger than it and whats weird is, the memory of familiarity isn't shared by just you alone, it is shared collectively.A large number of people sharing the same false memory which they believe to be strongly true while its totally not. This weird phenomena is called "The Mandela Effect".


The name originated from the 80's when the late Nelson Mandela was released from prison which caused a huge celebration, Media houses from around the world all shared the story of his release BUT so many thought the celebration was as a result of after Mandela's death in prison which of course he was very much alive and died Dec 5th 2013. Some swore that they attended the burial mass held for Nelson in the 80's,some said they watched it on tv, others said they sang his funeral song...Very weird right?

So far there is no concrete explanation for this which left some people bring out theories that we live in a parallel universe whereby events from the other universe flow into our consciousness and vis-a-vis. The theory that we live in a parallel universe is yet to be proven, while some saying its the Illuminati going back and changing the original to mess with our minds as part of their new world order.

There are many other events of the Mandela effect, ranging from movies, to books, to logos, you name it. So let's look at some popular recorded events of it.

1. “Oscar Meyer” isn’t spelled that way.


In actuality, the famous brand of hot dogs and lunch meats is Oscar Mayer, but people have grown frustrated because they remember it as Meyer, with an “e.” A lot of people recall the jingle from the commercials and insist the lyrics were “My bologna has a first name, it’s O-S-C-A-R / My bologna has a second name, it’s M-A-Y-E-R!” Still, somehow, it’s actually Mayer, though many people think that’s the real bologna here.


2. The Monopoly man, Rich Uncle Pennybags.


If you have played monopoly before or familiar with the logo of Rich uncle Pennybags, most people will bet that uncle pennybags wears a monocle whereas he is monocle-less. people are still confused and puzzled about this, maybe they're just confusing him with Mr peanut.

3. The tip of Pikachu’s tail isn’t black.



People remember there being a black mark on Pikachu's tail, but if you take a look at Pikachu now, you’ll see nothing there. How so many people can remember an aspect of this character’s appearance that doesn’t actually exist, the world may never know.

4. The famous "Sex in the city".



The origin is from an american tv show and it's called "Sex and the city" not "in the city" A whole lot of people swear its sex in the city and even brought out some old memorabilia to support their false memory

5. "The Berenstein Bears" are actually called "the Berenstain Bears.



Alot of Americans grew up watching this show, a part of their childhood. from the tv show to the books and others A whole lot of people still think its the "Berenstein Bears", with an "e" meanwhile its the "Berenstain Bears" with an "a". however this is one of the popular debate of the Mandela effect.

 6. Curious George never had a tail.


A lot of people even claim to remember seeing him use his tail to swing from the trees. If you look up pictures of Curious George right now, you’ll see that he doesn’t have a tail, meaning either your memory made the whole thing up or you’ve, like, drifted into a parallel universe. Haha

7. Darth Vader doesn’t say, “Luke, I am your father”.



So, is this just a misremembered movie line or did some otherworldly shenanigans take place? The popular star wars line "Luck, I am your father is also a Mandela effect cause what Vader said was actually "No, I am your father". You can check it out on youtube and listen to it properly.

8. People think the Mona Lisa is smiling now, but she used to be emotionless.



Mona Lisa has been a controversial painting since the creation of it by Leonardo da Vinci. A lot of folks passionately insist that the Mona Lisa has changed, because they remember her having a straight face, but now they feel it seems as if she’s got a smirk.

9. Kit Kat doesn’t have a dash.


Some people seem to remember there being a dash in Kit Kat, making it “Kit-Kat,” but there isn’t one, and that frustrates them because they’re sure that once upon a time, there was one. Shocking right?

10. Hannibal Lecter never said “Hello, Clarice.”


If you’ve seen The Silence of the Lambs, you know the most famous line is “Hello, Clarice.” The only problem is, that never happened — and when Clarice first meets Hannibal Lecter, he simply says, “Good morning.” That's it. How is a film’s most well-known line nonexistent? Nobody knows, and it’s eating away at people.

11. The Queen in Snow White never said, “Mirror, mirror on the wall”.


We all grew up watching seeing the classic cartoon "Snow White", it's a shocker that there was never a line such as "mirror, mirror on the wall". The correct line was "Magic mirror on the wall". The second quote isn't  "who is fairest of them all"..apparently it's “Who is the fairest one of all?” I know it's all weird.

Lots of other notable effects have taken place too.

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