Thursday, November 17, 2016

Group article by Brooke Peyton and Allison Jones

Mirror mirror on the wall, the Mandela Effect has tricked us all

What is the Mandela Effect?
Did you know the monopoly man has never had a monocle? Did you know that Jiffy peanut butter has never existed? If you believe you remember one of these, that means you have experienced the Mandela Effect. The Mandela Effect is when someone has a clear memory of something that never actually happened. The phrase “The Mandela Effect” was coined after people claimed to remember that Nelson Mandela died a harsh death in a South African prison in the late 80’s when he actually died years later in 2013. Some say that they even remember seeing clips of his funeral on television in the 80’s.

Here are some examples of the Mandela Effect
1)The Berenstain Bears isn’t spelled Berenstein
2)The Evil Queen from Snow White doesn’t say “Mirror mirror on the wall.” She actually says “Magic mirror on the wall.”
3)Oscar Mayer is the correct spelling, not Oscar Meyer
4)Looney Tunes is not Loony Toons
5)The Monopoly logo man never had a monocle
6)Kitkat does not have a dash in it
7)Febreze is not spelled Febreeze


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