The Mandela Effect…

Alright so for some of you guys who don’t know what the Mandela Effect it is let me give you a brief explanation. The Mandela Effect theory goes that somewhere on the earth’s timeline we traveled into a parallel universe.The name comes from a lot of people remembering Nelson Mandela dying along time ago. But people were shocked to find out that he just recently died on December fifth two thousand thirteen. Now, in this universe a lot of minor things have changed that we weren’t suppose to notice, but people around the world are picking up on it. For those of you who are skeptical, let me show you. I’ve gathered a list of multiple things that people specifically remember being different.

  1. Jiffy Peanut Butter. You know the peanut butter brand Jiffy we all enjoy. Well guess what, it’s not Jiffy Peanut Butter it’s Jif peanut butter. For some reason I distinctly remember it being Jiffy Peanut butter…
  2. Sex in the City. So many many people including me clearly remember this movie being titled Sex in the City. But it was actually Sex and the City this whole time…You might think that people have just been saying it wrong all these years, but theirs proof on google of items and tapes saying Sex in the City on them!!!
  3. Snow White. Now a lot of people remember the phrase “mirror mirror on the wall” but actually it was “magical mirror on the wall”. Now I don’t know about you guys but I remember watching movies where I heard “mirror mirror on the wall”.
  4. Star Wars. I think pretty much everybody has heard the very famous phrase “Luke I am your father” it’s even on shirts and fan apparel. But it blew my mind when I found out that it’s actually “No I am your father”. Look it up! Crazy right…

Now of course all of these examples can be coincidences, but it is very strange how distinctly we remember things being different…


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