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Re: Mandella Effect

Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:15 pm

...and Bugs Bunny used to smoke cigars, but meanwhile, he's eating carrots.

Sorry, just couldn't resist.

Re: Mandella Effect

Mon Mar 06, 2017 10:29 pm

Okay, now it has gone too far! Apparently, Ricky Ricardo from I Love Lucy NEVER said "Lucy, you've got some esplainin' to do!"

I know I'm not the only one that remembers him using that line ALL THE TIME on that show.

Re: Mandella Effect

Fri Mar 17, 2017 1:24 am

Wtf?! That crazy redhead always had some 'splaining to do!

Re: Mandella Effect

Fri Mar 17, 2017 12:29 pm

Yeah, for me the Berenstein Bears becoming the Berenstain Bears was enough to convince me something weird was happening. I understand the arguments that I was young when reading those books and whatnot, but I was a good reader and speller from a young age and EVERYBODY I knew called them the Beren[steen] Bears, and it was spelled Berenstein. However, I was willing to say maybe I just had a very vivid imagination and that wasn't really the case.

I Love Lucy is non-refutable proof to me. That was Ricky's most famous line and he said it like every other episode it felt like. Most people I've seen talk about this also remember one or two specific episodes that I also remember him saying it; the most common being the episode where Lucy attempts to get into his show. It's unbelievable to me that he never actually said that once in the entire run of the show.

Re: Mandella Effect

Mon Apr 03, 2017 10:13 pm

I think my bathroom sink has turned into a Mandella sink. A few days ago my roommate mentioned the teal spot in the sink (from when we painted soon after she moved in) is driving her nuts. "Something its there
Something it's not. Have you ever noticed that?" I thought about, but no; I'd never noticed.
Anyways; I'm a bit of a clean freak and it's worse when I clean for a living. If I get in early; I clean. On my days off; I clean. So I've cleaned my bathroom (and the rest of the place) pretty much every day this past week. There was a tiny teal splatter on the one side of the sink yesterday and the day before.
I just cleaned the bathroom again less than an hour ago. There was still the splatter on the one side, but today there was even more on the other side where there had been none in the past week.
I know damn well it wasn't there yesterday when I cleaned it.

Edited because I accidentally hit submit prematurely

Re: Mandella Effect

Tue Apr 04, 2017 12:14 pm

That's pretty interesting. You should start photographing both sides of your sink every day just out of curiosity. I don't know how one would explain such a situation honestly, but photographic evidence if it continues to happen would be pretty fascinating.
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