You Have To Be A True Disney Fan To Know About This Popular Misquote

Are you a true Disney fan? If so, then you should know about this huge Snow White misquote. Is this a Mandela Effect?

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is one of the most well known Disney movies out there, for many reasons. Not only does it feature beautiful tunes, it is the first full-length animated Disney movie ever. With that being said, what if we told you, one of the most iconic lines in the movie, is not what you think it is? Hi-Ho-Hi-Ho, we’re off to blow your minds!

“Mirror, mirror, on the wall — who’s the fairest of them all?”

Even if you haven’t seen Snow White, you’ve definitely heard that line once or twice in your life. It’s an iconic line attributed to everyone’s favorite Disney villain. But what if we told you, that isn’t even what the Evil Queen proclaimed? Listen closely to the following clip below.

If you just played back that footage, you’ll actually realize that the Evil Queen actually said “Magic mirror on the wall who is the fairest one of all?” If we want to be technical though, the original Brothers Grimm story did indeed say “mirror mirror”, but let’s be honest: We all know this iconic line from the Disney classic and not the ancient fairy tale.

Mandela Effects truly are a mix of misconception and misinformation, however sometimes it really does feel like cases like this are parallel dimensions. Even Disney itself gets it wrong, branding products with “mirror mirror,” so truly, we can push some of the blame on them. Did you remember this line all wrong?


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