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Baffling ‘Mandela Effect’ Test Will Make You Second-Guess Famous Brand Logos
By Mikelle Leow, 06 Oct 2019
Image via Logopedia
The Mandela Effect is when large groups of people remember the same thing, even though that event never happened in reality—or at least in this reality.
The phenomenon was named after former South African president Nelson Mandela, who large masses of people thought had died in the 1980s when he really passed away in 2013. Some are convinced that there are warps in time that have these groups alternating between realities, which could explain why masses of people can misremember the exact same things.
Not buying this theory? This quiz might put things in perspective. The mind-boggling test, created by BuzzFeed, has you staring at two versions of logos and brand names that could all be real, and could make you question all you remember about them.
Is it Looney Toons or Looney Tunes, and The Berenstain Bears or The Berenstein Bears?
The quiz, which you can take here, is freakishly tricky. Can you even trust your memory anymore?
[via BuzzFeed, cover image via Logopedia]
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