Looney ToonsVia Warner Bros.Looney TunesVia Warner Bros.
Despite many remembering it as “Toons,” it’s spelled “Tunes.”
Via Warner Bros.
Some people remember it as CocaCola, without the hyphen.
JCPennyVia JCPJCPenneyVia JCP
Many folks believe it was “JCPenny” without that extra E.
FebreezeVia Procter & GambleFebrezeVia Procter & Gamble
Many remember an extra E, though there isn’t one, nor has there ever been.
Via Procter & Gamble
Froot LoopsVia Kellogg’sFruit LoopsVia Kellogg’s
Indeed it’s “Froot,” not “Fruit.”
The Berenstain BearsVia Random HouseThe Berenstein BearsVia Random House
The Berenstain Bears
People passionately remember it being “Berenstein,” but that’s incorrect.
Via Random House
Oscar MeyerOscar Mayer
As the jingle went, “My bologna has a first name, it’s O-S-C-A-R. My bologna has a second name, it’s M-A-Y-E-R.”
Via Oscar Mayer
Sex and the CityVia HBOSex in the CityVia HBO
Sex and the City
While “in the city” makes just as much sense as “and the city,” it’s the latter.
Rich Uncle Pennybags #1Via HasbroRich Uncle Pennybags #2Via Hasbro
Rich Uncle Pennybags #2
Many people remember him having a monocle, but he doesn’t.
Kit-KatVia NestleKitKatVia Nestle
Contrary to popular belief, there’s no hyphen.
Pikachu #1Via The Pokémon CompanyPikachu #2Via The Pokémon Company
The black is only on the tips of Pikachu’s ears, not his tail.
Via The Pokémon Company