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If you've never heard of it, a Mandela effect is a phenomenon where a bunch of people remember the same thing, even though it didn't happen or wasn't accurate. It was named after Nelson Mandela and the false belief that the heroic activist was dead many years before he actually died.
Well, this week, Reddit user u/Ola8o posed the question, "Which Mandela effect messed your head up the most?"
And there were so many fascinating answers! Here are some of the top-rated responses:
1."Fruit of the Loom logo with a cornucopia."
2."The Monopoly guy not having a monocle."
3."The fact that Shaggy from Scooby-Doo doesn’t have a protruding Adam’s apple."
4."Reddi Wip. I swear to god, there was an 'h' in the Wip."
5."Ed McMahon never did the prize awards for Publishers Clearing House."
6."I really thought the Raisin Bran sun wore sunglasses. Nope."
7."In 'The Song That Never Ends' from Lamb Chop's, they actually sing 'the song that DOESN'T end.'"
8."Stouffer’s Stove Top stuffing has apparently never existed."
9."Pikachu's tail having a black end. Pikachu doesn't have that."
10."It’s spelled 'Febreze,' not 'Febreeze.'"
12."Apparently, Kit Kat has no hyphen."
13.And finally, "TBH, The Berenstain Bears still makes me uncomfortable."
Which Mandela effect blew your mind? LMK in the comments below!
Note: Some responses have been edited for length and/or clarity.