The Mandela Effect Examples – 6-10

The Mandela Effect Examples – 6-10

The Mandela Effect Examples - 6-10

The Mandela EffectThe Mandela Effect Examples – 6-10

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…

The Volvo Logo
People all over the internet claim that the Volvo logo (which is now the sign for “male”) did not previously have an arrow at the top.  However, if you go back through history, you will not likely find a picture or Volvo automobile without the arrow.

Depend
We all know this adult diaper brand as it has served as material for various jokes.  What’s changed about it is just one little letter, as with many of the Mandela Effect examples, but it is enough to make us realize something isn’t right.  The next time you are in the store (or you can Google it), take a look and you will notice that there is no longer a “S” at the end of the brand name as most of us know it, now it is just “Depend”.

The Mandela Effect Examples - 6-10Cadbury Creme Egg
What’s written on foil wrapper of Cadbury Creme Eggs?  Many people have voiced their memory of it being “Cadbury’s Cream Egg” instead of “Cadbury Creme Egg”, but despite what your memory tells you, there has never been a ” ‘s ” on the end of “Cadbury” and cream has always been spelt “Creme”.

Looney Tunes
Many people assert that “Looney Tunes” was “Looney Toons” in our former timeline.  The latter spelling would technically make more sense as they are indeed carTOONS, however, you won’t find this spelling anywhere in history other than the occasional picture online that has been photoshopped by someone who remembers the way it is meant to be spelled.

Ellis Island Bridge
Have you ever been to Ellis Island?  How did you get to it?  Some say this is physical evidence of the Mandela Effect as they recall that the only way of getting onto Ellis Island was via ferry.  Now there is a bridge and they have no clue how or when it got there…?

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  • Three_to_Five

    Many of these are extremely silly. For example, most people visit Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty together. Ellis has a bridge, but the statue does not. So at some point, you get on a ferry. It’s also accessible by ferry, which is probably how most people got there, and simply didn’t take the bridge.

    • Corey Richardson

      the bridge is closed to the public, used for maintenance crews only

  • CaptQT