Tonight we have a shorter entry being there doesn't seem to be as much residual evidence surrounding one of Leonardo da Vinci's greatest masterpieces. While many may find this unlikely, it's fairly common with many of the cited changes from the Mandela Effect (ME), especially with product logos and names. It's possible there are a lot of written residual evidence, like articles and such, but I haven't come across anything yet.

In the same quiz as the last Mandela Monday subject, I touched on the Mona Lisa, asking readers:

Visualize the iconic portrait of Mona Lisa to the best of your ability. Does anything appear different than you remember?

Is the portrait how you remember it? Did you notice anything different from your memories?

I never studied the arts, but the Mona Lisa was just one of those famous pieces that it naturally was subject matter I was vaguely familiar with. One of the most prominent features of the portrait was Mona Lisa's expression. From my recollection it was colder, stoic. I guess in today's crude terminology, suffering from resting bitch face. Lacking a smile (or sporting an incredibly undistinguished/enigmatic one).

Now, I would feel someone would be hard-pressed claiming that the subject in the portrait isn't smiling, or clearly smirking. It's very noticeable.

The residual evidence is a bit weaker on this one, but I wanted to included it because it involves The Simpsons, which — if you've followed along for any length of time, you already know — is commonplace when dealing with the Mandela Effect:

Is the Mona Lisa as you remember it? If different, what changes do you notice (even beyond the smile)? What do you believe may cause so many people to remember her looking more serious, unsmiling? What are your thoughts on the limited residual evidence?

Have you found any different residual evidence associated with the subject matter above?