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originally posted by: samerulesapply
I had boxset cassette tapes of looney tunes cartoons as a kid, lot's of them.
I still can't say for sure. If someone had come along maybe a year or so ago and said...remember those looney tunes cartoons? How you spell the logo? I'd have probably written it looney toons.
But I'd have been wrong, it's tunes.
The Nestlé candy brand is breaking a 30-second spot on TV this weekend that features nothing but a completely blank screen—not even a logo at the end—and a voiceover that asks whether "just absolutely nothing" isn't "nice for a change."
originally posted by: frenchfries
Questiong : Does Mandela Effects (if they exist) only concern English content ?
originally posted by: DeadCat
a reply to: heineken
My explanation above is the most logical I've found.. it beats glitch in the matrix or demons by a long shot at he very least..