The Mandela Effect Examples – 21-25

The Mandela Effect Examples – 21-25

The Mandela Effect Examples - 21-25

The Mandela EffectThe Mandela Effect Examples – 21-25

The Mandela Effect is an unexplained phenomenon that is taking the world by storm and the Mandela Effect examples affect everyone in some way or another.  For some, it’s a simple case of “our memory isn’t as good as we thought”, but for others, it’s solid proof we are experiencing a parallel universe’s timeline cross into our reality and it is disrupting our history.  If you’re only just hearing of the Mandela Effect, we would suggest reading our Mandela Effect Overview before diving into the list of Mandela Effect examples.  Here is the list of Mandela Effect examples that will literally blow your mind…

Australia Moved North
Did Australia used to be further south on the map instead of connected to the islands above?  We, and many others, remember Australia being much further south and much further from the islands it is now connected to.  Although there is no evidence it was ever further south, despite many people’s alternate memory.

America’s Largest State The Mandela Effect Examples - 21-25 What were you taught in school was the largest state in the USA?  I seem to recall having been taught, as many others do, that California was the largest state in the U.S.  Now you will find that the largest state is actually Alaska and if you look on any map, you will see that that is true, clear as day, as Alaska is practically half the size of the entire continental U.S.!  Some say they definitely remember Alaska being much smaller on the maps than it is now.  How do you remember it?

Katy Perry
This isn’t one that we know a whole lot about, maybe we weren’t big enough fans, but there are some who insist that Katy Perry used to be Kate Perry.

Sex In The City
Many fans of this show say they are sure it was “Sex In The City”, but now the title has somehow changed to “Sex And The City”.  If you’re a fan of the show, what are your thoughts on this one?

The Mandela Effect Examples - 21-25Fruit Loops 
This beloved circular, fruity goodness, according to some people, is distinctly remembered to have been spelled “Froot Loops“.  When you next go into a grocery store, check out the box and see if you think it looks correct, but we, as many other do, remember it to be spelled differently.

UPDATE: The brand name has recently changed back to “Froot Loops” again.  We have included a picture to illustrate the changes in the cereal name.

Do any of these baffle you?  Let us know in the comments below and share your thoughts on the Mandela Effect.

Want to see more Mandela Effect examples?  Visit our Mandela Effect Library.  For more great mysteries, subscribe to our news letter and we will send the news straight to your inbox.

The Mandela Effect Examples

  • Corey Richardson

    Alaska 663,268 sq. miles
    Texas 268,508 sq miles
    unless you had a very bad teacher or a cheap version of a map,no one would have the memory of California being the largest at only163,695 sq miles

    • Linked Devices

      Yea i thought this one was weird too. At no point in my life have I ever suspected that California was the biggest state. It was always taught as seemingly Texas but actually Alaska.

  • daerhun

    I’ve eaten Froot loops when I was a boy (close to 1990). And I remember playing with my fingers on the high relief of the four “O”. So, no. For me, Froot Loops was always with 4 Os, and never with fruit. Maybe they changed afterwards and returned with Froot then.
    More important than the 4 Os is the fact that all colors taste the same (That’s a lie).

  • Lily

    I thought it was REALLY weird that a tour guide recently kept saying “California, the largest state,…” when talking about it. I’m a teacher, I knew it was wrong, but I didn’t get why he would be so confused because even Texas is bigger….

    • J America

      This is crazy!

      I had a trivial pursuit game back in the UK which had two questions and answers that I know 10000000% are accurate because I remember debates and internet searches over them….

      California is the biggest state.
      California is bigger than Texas by land mass.

      Now, neither are correct. This gives me brain ache.