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originally posted by: Tindalos2013
a reply to: icyboy771z
The KitKat logo has never had a 'dash' separating the words. Unless they were counterfeit. As I wrote in another in another thread about this phenomenon. The Mandela Effect is the Mandela Effect. It is the notion that the environment, objects or things have changed their status when in fact they have not. It could be classed as a delusion. It is just a silly meme. Ignore it.
originally posted by: icyboy771z
As a child, I always ate this chocolate bar and i'm 100% sure it used to be Kit-Kat. For some reason, a google image search only reveals it as KitKat without the dash in between. Strangest of all, if you go youtube and look at the old commercials, the dash is not there.
1988 old commercial:
Does anyone clearly remember the dash as I do? This is one ME that creeps me out because i'm very certain on this one while the rest I may attribute it to faulty memory. I don't see any reason to drop the dash. Either we have slipped into a different time-line (A very far fetched theory) where Kit-Kat never existed, or the government / major companies are doing some kind of memory experiment by subtly changing the words/logos of products to see the response of the masses.
originally posted by: Raxoxane
Just asked my husband,he is 49yo,and said without hesitation:"Spelled with the hyphen" We're both South African,and we both remember it from childhood spelled with the hyphen.Maybe someone should contact the co and ask when they changed the spelling on the wrappers? If they say they never did then that would be really pause for thought.