Who remembers the Berenstain Bears? Many people actually remember it as the Berenstein Bears. It’s part of the Mandela theory, or a term that someone is positive something happened although it didn’t. Many attribute these false memories as a glimpse into a parallel universe. (Source)
Ok nonononono fuck no I swear I have these on my shelf and I swear to god they say Berenstein, I am checking right now this cannot be real
WHAT THE FUCJK THEY ALL FUKCING SAY BERENSTAIN THEY DIDN’T SAY THAT WHEN i WAS A CHILD I DON’T UNDERSTAND. THIS CANNOT BE REAL, THIS CANNOT BE A THING
It was DEFINITELY Berenstein though, this is blowing my mind. If you had asked me before this moment I would have spelled it that way, and now I have like ten books on my shelf spelled like freaking Berenstain.
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE
idea for a better harry potter epilogue: hagrid is taking a stroll in the forbidden forest, long after the final battle. in the distance, he sees a glint on the forest floor. curious, he walks towards it and picks up what appears to be an oddly shaped rock. when he looks up from examining it, the image of a short wizard is standing before him. he is smiling.
Who’s ready to cry? The Hobbit movies are well known for ending with a bang by rolling the credits with a memorable song. The Battle of the Five Armies will not disappoint as The One Ring has confirmed that Billy Boyd, Pippin from The Lord of the Rings movies, will be singing an end credit song titled “The Last Goodbye.”