Personally, I used to remember Jiffy Peanut existing before Jiff years ago. Choosy rhymes with jiffy (a close rhyme), it’s more catchy so it makes since that a company logo maker would compose a saying that says, “choosy moms choose jiffy” not “choosy moms choose jiff!” Even if it is supposed to be jiff it’s not a logical choice based on what we now know about the science of advertising and using nmeumonics to create good jingles. I can also remember the first time I saw JIF, I was astounded. In many commercials featuring the product, mothers would be shown whipping up sandwiches “in a Jiffy” which means “in a hurry” in typical American slang. If you look up William T. Young on Wikipedia, it says that he created W. T. Young Foods, which developed “Big Top” brand peanut butter, which was sold to Proctor & Gamble in 1955, and became Jif. This mass confusion among customers and online websites have rendered the name “Jif peanut butter” colloquially non-existent. However,the book Julia found isn’t the only reference in print using the “Jiffy” peanut butter brand name. However, this is also the kind of comment I rarely approve because — if you’ve read my policies-related comments — you’d know that telling us we’re just confused about something is rather insulting, and telling us “we have to accept” the “confusion” explanation is unacceptable at this website. It is pretty crazy! In the film and television industry, using the real name of brand starts to get complex with copyright law and all. How do you remember the lyrics to the theme song of this show? Returning to the Jiffy question, the Bright Side of the News article (at the Wayback Machine) says about Steve Wilhite, inventor of the GIF, and how he pronounces that acronym: Wilhite prefers the sound of JIF, as in Jiffy Peanut Butter which has been rumored to be a staple in a programmer’s diet. 2. Which could add to the memory of people remembering Sinbad as being the genie to Kazaam. I’m questioning myself because I read someone else’s comments on this on line and they mentioned “Jiffy Pop Popcorn” which we also had as a treat sometimes. since. I found some new information on the Jiffy / Jif peanut butter question. But I also just ate a peanut and jelly sandwich with Jif peanut butter and thought nothing of it. Subscriber I can’t be as sure of this alternate memory as I am of a few of my others, but I figure if the other changes are possible, this might be too. When my reality shifted, some of my memeories were gone, that were prior to 2008. However, this was a fun search. I do remember what the jar looked like now, it was red, yellow and blue, with Jiffy in bold letters. However there was also jiffy pop popcorn, so I chalked it up to the 1950s loving the word jiffy. I remember it being called Jiffy and I was born in 89 I have never heard of Jif and that sounds just crazy to call it that…definitely not confusing it with Skippy either it was jiffy. I remember it changing for me at one point and thinking that they had just shortened the name and rebranded it because even the slogan "choosy moms choose jif" seemed new to me at the time. I’m not trying to call it a conspiracy. In response to your inquiry, the name Jif® was chosen because it was easy to say, spell and remember. She had a knife when I came to bed last night. The company responded back saying that the actual name was Jif peanut butter and the name was chosen because it was easy to spell, say and remember. What is causing this? I'm 36, Um..I thought jiffy was corn muffin mix,not peanut butter. For those of you remembering Jiffy, did you not have the Jiffy brand corn muffins in your timeline? That isn’t Mandela Effect, it’s the product of their commercials, hearing, “With a name like Smucker’s, it’s got to be good.” And, their domain name is Smuckers.com, which reinforces it.). Do you remember reading the popular children’s … The Mandela Effect is a world-wide phenomenon in which a large segment of people share a memory of an event that did not actually occur. Fiona, Thanks so much for looking that up. I was born in 1964. I found this out in a kind of backward way. I remember a commercial that made the sandwich in a “jiffy” with Jiffy peanutbutter. Emby, if I approved all comments that said anything like “no, my memory is [something that matches this timestream],” these comment threads would be 5x longer. Timeframe: 86-89 Jiffy. The owner’s claim to fame is having created Jiffy peanut butter. I think this alternate timeline has to do with the sudden boost and change in technology, that we have been exposed to continually since the start of the 1980’s. That is the item that has been trademarked "Jiffy" since the 1930s. Nelson Mandela later passed away in 2013 due to respiratory issues. However, the Mandela Effect may have more to do with human psychology. Our minds really tricked us with this one because it has always been The Berenstain Bears. Discussing the history of peanut butter, PeanutButterLovers.com insists: “1955: Procter & Gamble entered the peanut butter business, introduced Jif in 1958.
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