Not so sweet.
Marie Antoinette gets the credit — and the cake — for this one, but it was actually French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
And cake? Nope. He wrote, “Let them eat brioche!”
Yes, but Dracula never said this.
Yes, they were...
But Paul Revere probably didn’t say this. It was attributed to him was taken from the patriotic poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, “Paul Revere’s Ride.”
Sorry, Vader. This one is actually, “No, I am your father.”
As creepy as Hannibal was...
This iconic line doesn’t actually appear in The Silence of the Lambs. The actual words are, “Good evening, Clarice.”
H/T: Mental Floss