The Mandela Effect is a worldwide phenomenon that allows us to create alternate memories of events, movies, logos, companies, sayings, phrases and much more. Our library has the largest collection of Mandela Effect examples on the internet! Here’s 1-5:
Chic-Fil-A / Chick-Fil-A
One of the most popular Mandela Effect examples is that surrounding the Chick-Fil-A company name their logo.
Many remember the company name and logo to read Chic-Fil-A, but it is in fact “Chick-Fil-A”. Despite millions of people disputing the ‘k’ in the name, it has always been Chick-Fil-A, apparently. We even contacted Chick-Fil-A headquarters to see what their comments were, but they said the name and logo has always been ”Chick-Fil-A”.
In 2016 they owned chicfila.com which re-directed to their official website, but in recent years they seem not to own it anymore. If you would like the know why this alternate memory has occurred for millions of people, we recommend Alternate Memories: The Mandela Effect – Deluxe Edition. ↗️
We’re All Mad Here / Most Everyone’s Mad Here – Alice in Wonderland
In the 1951 Disney classic, Alice in Wonderland, the cheshire cat is known for the famous quote “We’re All Mad Here”, however, that is not the line in the movie now. The actual line spoken is “Most Everyone’s Mad here”.
People are so adamant that the line was “We’re All Mad Here”, many have even had tattoos of the famous saying, but this alternate memory is just another victim for the Mandela Effect that no one can explain.
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall / Magic Mirror on the Wall – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
This Mandela Effect Example from another Disney classic is probably the most repeated line from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs… “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall”. That’s how we remember it as well, but if you go back and watch the 1938 animated classic, the line is actually “Magic Mirror on the Wall”. There are many theories as to why many of us misremember this famous saying, including the original Brother’s Grimm tale being “Magic mirror”, but it’s up to you to decide the truth.
“Hello, Clarice” – The Silence of the Lambs
Many millions of people love thinking about the intimidating Hannibal Lecter’s first appearance in The Silence of the Lambs. He is stood like a statue in his glass-fronted cell when the camera pans round and brings him into the shot. The words that come out of his mouth are unforgettable for most of us when he greets the trainee FBI agent by her name and says “Hello, Clarice”.
We’re sure you remember this alternate memory as well as us, but you might be shocked to know he never said that. He greets Clarice by saying “Good morning”. It doesn’t have the same ring to it, does it? We also watched the rest of the movie to make sure people weren’t getting confused with another part, but at no point in the entire script does he say “Hello, Clarice”. This alternate memory is completely explained here.
What if I told you I never said What if I told you? – The Matrix
As we’re sure many of you have seen, there are literally thousands of memes on the internet based around Morpheus’ famous line in The Matrix; “What if I told you everything you believed was a lie?”
Well if you remember Morpheus saying that to Neo just before offering him the choice of the red and blue pill, you’re having an alternate memory because Morpheus never said that line in The Matrix.
If you would like the learn more about the Mandela Effect, more examples and the epic conclusion to the worldwide phenomenon, you can find all the answers you’re looking for in Alternate Memories: The Mandela Effect – Deluxe Edition Book.
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