Quiz: Is Your Memory Strong Enough To Pass This Mandela Effect Test?

Don't let the Mandela Effect take control of you!

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 May 29, 2018
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Question: 1/11Which is correct?


Looney Toons or Looney Tunes?
Looney Tunes
Looney Toons

Question: 2/11Which is correct?


Coca-Cola or CocaCola?
Coca-Cola
CocaCola

Question: 3/11Which is correct?


KitKat or Kit-Kat?
KitKat
Kit-Kat

Question: 4/11Which is correct?


Oscar Mayer or Oscar Meyer?
Oscar Mayer
Oscar Meyer

Question: 5/11Which is correct?


Skechers or Sketchers?
Sketchers
Skechers

Question: 6/11Which is correct?


Sex in the City or Sex and the City?
Sex in the City
Sex and the City

Question: 7/11Which is correct?


Fruit Loops or Froot Loops?
Fruit Loops
Froot Loops

Question: 8/11Which is correct?


Febreze or Febreeze?
Febreze
Febreeze

Question: 9/11Which is correct?


The Berenstain Bears or The Berenstein Bears?
The Berenstein Bears
The Berenstain Bears

Question: 10/11Which is correct?


Chick-fil-A or Chic-fil-A?
Chic-fil-A
Chick-fil-A

Question: 11/11Which is correct?


JCPenny or JCPenney?
JCPenney
JCPenny
QUIZ BLISS | Quiz Facts

The Mandela Effect is a cultural phenomenon where a group of people share the same false memory about a particular person, place, or thing. No one entirely knows what causes it, but it's definitely a thing. Wondering if you've fallen victim to the Mandela Effect? Take this quiz now to discover how well you really remember what's happened in the world.