You died on a Saturday mornin'. And I had you placed here under our elm tree.
Interesting insights as always, Vivek, even if not quite on topic!
The clip I just saw is not the movie I once watched. All these iconic pop culture references recently changing, for myself and many others, are making it so clear that something very strange is going on.
Please keep raising the profile of this and trying to understand it. Anyway if you see my original message for can you please disregard it as this is my updated message. However, I googled The Mandela Effect cause it sounded interesting. So I spent hours googling things like Interview with a Vampire and Loony Toons over and over again only to find that these changes were real.
It felt like I was dreaming and just stared at Wiki and online images etc. I remember watching a video of an astrologer about a year ago who warned to not be too unsettled when we start to notice changes in our reality or notice our friends and family members having different memories to our own about certain events.
She said that the time lines are beginning to merge into one. I remain open minded about this subject, however I do believe in time lines or time streams.
Mirror Mirror, not Magick Mirror — Ummmm. Looney Toons -this one got to me so bad I had to go for a walk. And it gives you more suggestions for your search. Thankyou Fiona for this website. This is the only website that I know of that provides us with a platform to openly discuss this phenomenon and share our memories and experiences which is just what we need.
I change the spelling to dilemma and I get 56 results all pointing to the same article from September I guess they already corrected this… RD says: First the Bears now Forrest? However, I think this case is different.
Finally, Forrest follows up his past-tense statement with a present-tense statement elaborating on it. I think those things together suggests a more mundane explanation: Many movie quotes are nearly-universally misremembered because some simpler version of the same idea is easier to remember: Those Bears, though… 24 September 15 at 3: The whole Mandela Effect is like a box of chocolates….
Hmmm — Forest Gump was also a book — does anyone know if this line was in the book? It was uploaded in April There are too many movie pedants out there to let such a memorable quote go uncorrected.
Someone should take a screenshot of the Youtube title in case the uploader decides to edit it.“Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are gunna get” My little cousin said this over and over again prior to Valentine's Day – quoting one of my favorite 90's movies, Forrest Gump.
As I heard that quote, I couldn't help but to fixate on how true such a simple line from a movie actually is.
In the movie "Forrest Gump," Forrest meets a nurse while sitting on a park bench. He asks her if she would like a piece of chocolate from his box of chocolates. She doesn’t respond. He then tells her, “My mama always said that life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re gonna’ get.” Was.
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Life is like a box of chocolates, loaded with surprises, some delightful and some downright disagreeable. The yummy ones, of course, are easy to swallow, but the yucky ones are sometimes hard to.