The Mandela Effect is a phenomenon that makes us question even the most mundane memories from the past. Large groups of people remember something differently than how it occurred.
Here are a few examples…
Looney Tunes, Not Toons. The cartoon was spelled as “Tunes.”
The Berenstein Bears Didn’t Exist. The lovable cartoon bear family actually spelled their last name with an “A”: The Berenstain Bears.
Curious George’s Tail… was never there.
Froot Loops. Kellogg had been spelling fruit like that for years and we only noticed it now.
Monopoly Man and His Monocle… or more like the fact that he doesn’t have one.
Cheez-It or Cheez-Itz? We swear, there used to be an extra “z” at the end!
C-3PO Has a Silver Leg. Even the biggest Star Wars fans (and Halloween costume sites) get it wrong. The robot isn’t all gold; he has one silver piece on his right leg.
The Flintstones Has Two Ts. We’ve been pronouncing it without that first one.
“Luke, I am Your Father.” Perhaps the most famous movie line in history wasn’t even said. All he really said was, “I am your father.”
Sinbad Never Played a Genie. This one is perhaps the most bizarre of all. Several people can attest that they distinctly remember seeing the comedian in a movie called Shazaam. Many argue they’re confusing this memory with the movie Kazaam, starring Shaquille O’Neal as a genie.
Check out 40 of the most gobsmacking “facts” HERE.