But I have very interesting information to share, so I couldn't write this post. It's something I was very shocked about and was fully into it in winter 2017. Now it seems less popular and many people start to forget about, but two blog posts about Mandela Effect I wrote the last year are still the most popular posts on my blog and people still read it. Recently I found some new Mandela effects people have found.
If you don't what is it, then Google says: ''The Mandela Effect is evidence that you may have experienced events from a different reality. Finding others with similar memories can affirm that''. In previous posts I was telling how many thousands people remember that probably the most popular show ever titled '
'Sex IN the city'', not ''Sex AND the city''. I clearly remember that I saw it on TV, as a kid (LOL) and, plus, Ukrainian version is still titled ''Sex in the city''. Weird, right? There is no reason to translate it not correct.
Or I was talking about how people from all the world remember that there were 52 states in America. This one I clearly remember as well from an American movie.
Okay, let's start! This one I have heard the last year and it freaked me out, but I still forgot to add to my previous posts about Mandela Effects. It's about the most famous person in history - Marilyn Monroe. There is no people in the world who doesn't know about her... You know what I mean. Everyone noticed that she had a mole. Where it was? I'm 100% sure it was near her upper lip when I was watching tons of documentaries about her in my childhood (yes, I was a fan). But in this reality she always had it on her cheek. Look, that's how I remember it and how it actually was:
If it always was like that, then explain me, please, why the piercing around upper lip called as Monroe piercing?
Another one is that doughboy always had a white scarf, not a blue one, how most people remember. White on white looks sooo weird and suspicious.
I told you people think it's blue:
Apps are so new, but they already mean too much for us that it has own Mandela effects. Well... maybe this one was just a new update for FaceTime, but it's still funny and strange.
People remember that when somebody facetime you there was ''*Name* would like to FaceTime you'', now it's ''*Name* would like FaceTime''. Like, what? It sounds so wrong! It needs ''to'' or either way it doesn't make any sense. It sound like a person who calls you, want download FaceTime app, like I would like FaceTime, you're with me?
Another one about my favorite fairytale ''Alice in the Wonderland'', so I should vividly remember the correct quote. Cat says: ''We all are mad here'', right? Well, at leas, not in the cartoon (American one, I watched Russian one as well, if you don't know, it exists). So cat in the cartoon says: ''Most everyone's mad here''. Why they changed so cool quote from the book for that? Pretty pointless.
Next Mandela Effect about song which made Justin Bieber to be the most popular person alive like 10 years ago - ''Baby''.
I clearly know lyrics cause I was teaching my niece to sing this song, but turned out lyrics ''changed'' and now it makes no sense. How I remember it:
''I know you love me, I know you care'' (makes sense).
''You know you love me, I know you care (of course, if she loves you , she knows it, what the hell, it doesn't make sense and I remember the different lyrics).
You probably saw Momo pics everywhere recent month or two. That's scary doll with big eyes. I swear it can't be created just a few months ago. I saw it a few years ago.
Another one is about Kennedy's car. I don't remember another pair the last time I was watching it on TV. I remember only four people in the car, as thousands people do. I definitely would remember this weirdly long car.
The most weird one for me is that vividly remember my huge map and that was snow on the top of Earth and now it doesn't exist on my map. Many people remember that big snow on their maps and globes as well.
By the way, in Ukraine we have our own Mandela effects that are really weird, cause everybody remember something that didn't happen actually, but it's hard to explain / translate. By the way have you heard about Mandela Effects in your country?