Mandela Effect

Written by on June 29, 2024

The Mandela Effectย occurs when a person believes that their distorted memories are, in fact, accurate recollections. They can clearly remember events that happened differently or events that never occurred at all. The Mandela Effect does not involve lying or deception.

Some common examples of the Mandela Effect have perhaps logical explanations, such as Mr. Monopoly wearing a monocle because it complements his old-fashioned sartorial style โ€” similar to Mr. Peanut, who has one โ€” or Pikachu having a black tip on his tail because his ears also have black tips.


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