Pop culture has a huge impact on our lives, especially on our vocabulary, which is a fact that has been largely proven during the last couple of years.

Alas, the influence doesn’t end with hip new words, but it rather includes numerous catchy movie phrases that are now being quoted in real-life like modern-day proverbs.

When a movie quote is used on an everyday basis as much as this bunch has been used, it’s no surprise that it often ends up being pretty different than the original.

To help you get your quotes in order, here’s a list of 13 famous movie quotes that people couldn’t verbalize correctly even if their life depended on it.

A special shout-out goes to 1931’s cult classic Dracula, in which the infamous blood-sucking creature actually never uttered one of the most iconic quotes ever – “I want to suck your blood!” Not once, not at all.

1. Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs

Mirror, mirror on the wall, which line is the misquoted one of them all? Disney’s 1937 immensely popular first full-length animated movie became legendary for many reasons, and it could very well be the company’s first cult classic.

However, that’s not all that made Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs so iconic. The animated feature film is the “parent” of one of the most misquoted lines in cinema history.

Namely, when the Evil Queen asks the mirror does she still got it, she says “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?”

Although similar, the original differs from the modern misquoted version which ends with a slightly different question – “Who is the fairest one of them all?”