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originally posted by: noonebutme
originally posted by: GoShredAK
But to be fair, interview with a vampire and interview with the vampire sound the same when you say it.
But isn't that kind of implying that it could very well NOT be a "reality change" as people put it but just that people...remember it...wrong..?
Same with "Luke, I am your father" and "Life is like a box of chocolates.." ?
Because the phrases are easier said/remembered in a different wording, people have just remembered it that way and when brought to light, are surprised it's not what they remember.
That's how I see this at the moment. I mean - if I woke up one day and was missing an arm or my parents were completely different people then I might side with the "reality change" camp.
.life is much easier if you stay asleep.
Bible says the world will end, but the process won't be comprehended by MOST humans, until it's too late. GULP!
Exactly! This is really bizarre....I wonder if reality has always shifted like this, or if it's something new..
f we don't, we lose the game. Yes, whoever or whatever is playing the game through us has ultimately good intentions, but the possibility is still there to lose the game.
originally posted by: Chadwickus
a reply to: TombEscaper
Yeah so, how many people can't even remember the correct spelling and syntax of two, too and to?
Way too many.
Probably the same amount as those that think this Mandella effect is a real thing...
If so many people can't even get those three little words right, how the hell are they going to correctly remember a line between a German car makers symbol is supposed to look?!?
Yes, your memory is that bad, no there's no elaborate time shift that only you and a special few have noticed. You are not special.