Mandela Effects

Mandela effects
A Mandela is when many people remember something being different then it actually is. People believe that the reason they remember these things is because there is somehow stuff from a different reality spilling into ours. The Mandela effect was named after someone named Fiona Broome falsely claimed that Nelson Mandela was dead in the 1890s when he was in fact still alive.
• everyone seems to remember the famous line from the Disney version of Snow White as “mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all” but apparently it is actually “magic mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all”
• Many people seem to recall the popular childhood tv series, “The Berenstain Bears” as The Berenstein Bears.
• In the game monopoly, the monopoly man, Rich Uncle Pennybags, does not actually have monocle as many people remember.
• In the song, “We Are The Champions” by queen, almost everyone who has heard this song remembers it ending in “of the world” but instead the song builds up and then trails off after he says “we are the champions”. Although it does say “of the world” earlier in the song.
• There is no jiffy peanut butter. A lot of people may have known this but many other people remember the popular peanut butter brand, jif, having a different name.
• Smokey the Bear is actually just Smokey Bear. This may be a shock to some people but the famous advertising icon has always been simply Smokey Bear. Many people like to argue that Smokey Bear just sounds wrong and Smokey the Bear will always sound better.
• In the famous song “Barbie girl” by aqua many people remember the lyrics “I’m a Barbie girl, in the Barbie world” as “I’m a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world”. Although this is a very small change some people are still shocked by this realization. Many people who do not believe in the Mandela effect argue that this is just people misheard the lyrics because the and a can sound very similar.
• It was never actually daylight savings time. The accurate name for this is daylight saving time. This Mandela effect in particular is very surprising to people because this is what nearly everyone calls it. A lot of people who don’t believe in this like to say that this was just a miscommunication and somewhere along a conversation there was an s added in and it was passed on through many people.
• The popular candy many of us remember being introduced to as children is actually called Pixy Stix and not Pixie Stix contrary to popular belief.