YOU HEARD IT WRONG - THE MANDELA EFFECT

Is the Mandela Effect real?

The theory is that large groups of people remember same things incorrectly due to a strange switch in the lineup of the universe.

Hmmm.

Fruit Loops is actually spelled Froot Loops.

Darth Vader never said "Luke, I am your father." He actually said, "No, I am your father."

Apollo 13 never said, "Houston, we have a problem." The quote is actually, "Houston, we've had a problem."

Your Forrest Gump quote is wrong. You spell Berenstain Bears wrong. You remember the deaths of people who were still alive.

Yep, it's odd. I'm not sure I believe it, though. Seems like a stretch. It would make more sense that people have simply been sharing an incorrect quote for such a long time that it has become the real thing.

Check out this video of the Top 15 examples of the Mandela Effect.

 
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