Whaaat?! This is a huge dilemna!
Do you think a bad speller has gone back in time and changed the course of history? That's the only explanation.
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08-05-2015 11:41 #51
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08-05-2015 11:43 #52
The Mandela Effect: Are you from an alternate reality?
ETA: DH never even noticed that half the cast of Roseanne are on Big Bang Theory now either haha.
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08-05-2015 11:48 #54
I'm a child of the 80's and it was def the Berenstein bears. They must have changed the name since then.
08-05-2015 12:45 #55
This seems to happen a lot with celebrity deaths.
I was SURE Mickey Rooney died years ago, very surprised to hear his death notice just recently.
08-05-2015 12:46 #56
08-05-2015 13:34 #57
Mod-nomsie I think your Mum may have forgotten and it's actually true. My mum doesn't seem to remember a lot from my childhood.
08-05-2015 13:50 #58
08-05-2015 13:54 #59
I've never really had much opportunity to watch MASH.
08-05-2015 13:57 #60
MASH!? Really!? Yawn!! I'm with you @harvs!
When I was young I think about 6/6 I twisted my ankle so mum took me to the hospital and Dad stayed home with my brother. Well that's the story mum and dad tell.
My brother on the other hand swears black and blue Dad wasn't home and my mum left him home alone (at 7/8 years of age). Mum thinks he must just remember looking for dad but not being able to find him at the time but remembers it as Dad wasn't home at all.
I'm still not sure who to believe but both parties are adamant they're right.
It all must have something to do with how the brain wires certain things. I get bad de ja vu and I swear certain situations I've dreamt about before. To the point I recognise it as de ja vu then shake my head to make sure I'm experiencing it right but even after that the next moments are also so familiar.
My boss told me once it's a brain wiring thing where something happens to your brain to replay all the tiny snippets of time in your brain twice so you get that feeling of familiarity as your brain has already processed the moment and does it again. So perhaps this is all a variation of that?
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