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    Nope. I've never seen it spelled that way.

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    No lol

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    What!? Never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wikidwitch View Post
    I've never seen it spelt that way but I do remember reading about something similar. There's an entire group of people who grew up with the Berenstein Bears rather than the Berenstain Bears. And a couple of other things about celebrities being different in this alternate universe.

    Here we go: it's called the Mandela Effect.
    This deserves its own thread! Wow my head is spinning.

    Dilemma. Always.

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    Um I have always spelt it Dilemna and I always take a lot of effort to spell things correctly....that's really weird! Even autocorrect changes it to Dilemma! I don't understand how I haven't noticed this...

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    Nope! Never! Even when you pronounce it there's no n!

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    Never seen it spelt with a "n"...

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    That is just strange, ive never heard of it being spelt that way!

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    Always spelt it Dilemna LOL Such a dilemma haha

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    Oh my god my mind is blown. Like seriously.

    I am a spelling nazi, not so great with grammar though. I have a knack for spelling things correctly and retaining the spelling of difficult words easily.

    It's dilemna. And Berenstein for that matter.

    My brain is going to explode. I'm genuinely befuddled right now.


 

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