The Mandela Effect Examples – 31-35

The Mandela Effect Examples – 31-35

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The Mandela EffectThe Mandela Effect Examples – 31-35

Jaws
In the movie Jaws, Almost every person who has ever seen this classic will remember the famous line, “We’re gonna need a bigger boat”, which is said by Brody (Roy Scheider) when they first see the shark, however, if you go and watch the movie now, the line is, “You’re gonna need a bigger boat”.  Which one sounds right to you?  We remember him saying the first line because he was involved in the capture of the shark, but the new line suggests he is telling them they will need a bigger boat as they are the ones who will be catching Jaws.

Forrest Gump
Another famous movie line with just a slight, yet noticeable change is the one from Forrest Gump where he’s sitting at the bus stop telling his life story.  The line Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) says has always been quoted as, “Life is like a box of chocolates”, but the line in the movie is actually, “Life WAS like a box of chocolates”.  Many people have been baffled by this example of the Mandela Effect.  All the memes seem to have changed despite no one agreeing with the current line in the movie.

JCPenney
There seem to be a lot of people who remember the JCPenney having been spelled without the second ‘e’ – JCPenny.  Some even remember it as “J.C. Penny”.  What does your memory tell you about this Mandela Effect example?

The Mandela Effect Examples - 31-35Land Mass Next to Australia
Many people recall there having been a large land mass to the west of Australia that can no longer be found on any world map, however, there is a clip from the 1993 movie Dazed and Confused that shows the land mass on a globe that some of the characters are looking at.  There is also an episode of ‘The Simpsons‘ where Bart and Lisa are looking at a globe which shows a large land feature to the west of Australia.  Creepy…

Deck the Halls
Apparently we’ve been singing the song wrong all this time.  If you look at a sheet of music for the song, it actually reads, “Deck the hall”, no ‘s’ at the end.  Interesting, considering there was even a movie made called Deck the Halls and we all sing it with the ‘s’.

What do you remember from these five examples?  Let us know in the comments below.  You can also submit your own alternate memory or Mandela Effect example here.

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The Mandela Effect Examples - 31-35

  • Corey Richardson

    either way quote is not Rob, but Roy Scheider

  • Corey Richardson

    but the line in the movie is actually, “Life WAS like a box of chocolates”, NOT
    actually ” Mama always said life was like a box of chocolates”

  • Corey Richardson

    there is no “s” in deck the hall(s), and there is no lyric following “laughing all the way” that most sing as “ha ha ha” that line was added by some music teacher in some kindergarten class so the parents could all go “awwww isn’t that cute”.

  • Angela Deremnot

    In the deck with halls, it was actually called deck the hall in the original carol. However, in 1935 there was a version of Deck the Hall with an s. Since then, It was spelt either way.

  • Kyle Mareno

    Another one would be in Dumb and Dumber. I always remember it saying and hear people say that he said “so you’re saying there’s a chance” but apparently it actually says “so you’re telling me there’s a chance.”