Alternate Memories 26-30 from the Mandela Effect Examples
The Mandela Effect has become a worldwide phenomenon that baffles even the best of us. Millions of people are misremembering something that allegedly never happened and never changed. Here are the next 5 Mandela Effect Examples.
Curious George’s Tail
Don’t you remember Curious George having a tail? Well, he never did and people are mass misremembering his tail.
Gremlins Spike / Stripe Alternate Memory
In the 1980s Gremlins movie, the majority of people remember the evil lead gremlin being named ‘Spike’, but his name is ‘Stripe’ and apparently always has been. Many people remember his name as Stripe, maybe due to the white mohawk he has, but there are still people who are misremembering his name as ‘Spike’.
Froot Loops Mandela Effect
The Kellogg’s brand of cereal, Froot Loops, has become another alternate memory people are experiencing and has become one of the most famous Mandela Effects. Many don’t remember that the cereal was spelled differently to the typical way, remember ‘Fruit Loops’ instead of ‘Froot Loops’.
Looney Tunes / Looney Toones Alternate Memory
Though many people are confused by this alternate memory and it’s become a largely discussed Mandela Effect, there’s actually quite a simple answer to this popular alternate memory. Looney Tunes has always been named that, but a spin-off of the series, called Tiny Toons may be why people are confusing the two and expecting Looney Tunes to be Looney Toons.
Jif / Jiffy Peanut Butter
Though many believe that the popular peanut butter brand ‘Jif’ was previously ‘Jiffy’, there is no trace of the brand ever having the ‘fy’ on the end. We did find a popular corn muffin mix called Jiffy and this may be why some people are misremembering the peanut butter brand and linking the similar names together.
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