How Many Legendary Commercial Slogans do you Remember?

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Anyone who watches TV has had a commercial slogan or jingle stuck in their head for days at a time. The commercial slogans in the following quiz have stood the test of time! How many do you remember? Find out with this quiz!

The freshmaker!

To be truly correct, you must pronounce that Mentos are "The freshmaker!" with idiomatic European gusto.

Where's the beef?

Introduced by Wendy's in 1984, the slogan "Where's the beef?" has become part of the English lexicon, used to question anything of uncertain substance.

Finger lickin' good!

Along with "We do chicken right," KFC has proclaimed its food to be "Finger lickin' good!" Incidentally, this is also a song by the Beastie Boys and a Chinese phrase referring to the act of self-cannibalism.

It's everywhere you want to be.

While Visa may be "everywhere you want to be," it's unfortunately stingy about trading places with you.

Plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh what a relief it is!

Alka-Seltzer's catchy tune may be even more memorable than Pepto-Bismol's "Nausea, heartburn, indigestion, upset stomach, diarrhea!"

Melts in your mouth, not in your hand.

Grab a handful of M&M's! Fun fact: From 1941 until 1949, violet was one of the five colors.

The King of Beers.

Budweiser is king! Since 1785, the like-named brewery in Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic) has produced brew known as "The Beer of Kings."

Good to the last drop.

Maxwell House's slogan has been in use since 1917, and it has potential (though unlikely) roots in a quote by Theodore Roosevelt.

All the news that's fit to print.

Published since 1851, The New York Times still prints its slogan in the upper-left-hand corner of the front page.

The quicker picker-upper.

Spins on Bounty's popular slogan also include "the quicker, thicker picker-upper," "the quilted quicker picker-upper" and "the thick quicker picker-upper."

Maybe she's born with it.

It's definitely Maybelline, which has used the iconic slogan since 1991.

You're in good hands.

Allstate's comforting slogan sounds best when spoken by their baritone pitchman, Dennis Haysbert.

Eat fresh.

With the help of professional athletes, Subway is doing its best to convince us it’s the "healthy" fast food option.

Think small.

An extremely famous slogan coined in 1959, Volkswagen revolutionized ad campaigns in a big way.

Like a good neighbor.

Like a good marketer, State Farm made sure its slogan had a super catchy melody.

Reach out and touch someone.

The famous 1979 ad campaign made us all feel guilty about not calling grandma.

Like a rock.

Bob Seger wasn't about to let us forget that Chevy is an American fixture.

The Uncola.

The 1970s campaign was notable for another reason: A person of color (Geoffrey Holder) was featured in ads during a time when advertising was dominated by white faces.

Fly the friendly skies.

Accompanied by Gershwin's soaring "Rhapsody in Blue," United still pushes their "flyer friendly" image.

Let's go places.

There's nothing like an imperative in an ad, and Toyota commands you to get in the car.

Behold the power of cheese.

While you probably remember the ads, it might come as a surprise that Dairy Management Inc. (which promotes dairy products) was responsible for them.

Don't leave home without it.

The slogan was meant to remind folks that American Express wasn't just great for travel; it was also for everyday purchases.

The ultimate driving machine.

Since the 1970s, BMW has pushed the exclusivity of its product.

We bring good things to life.

Starting in 1979, GE brought good things to life until "imagination at work" took over in 2003.

Pork. The other white meat.

The National Pork Board's slogan is one of the most recognizable, according to a 2000 Northwestern University study.

Tastes great, less filling.

Miller launched its first "great/filling" campaign in 1974 and has revived the slogan a few times throughout the years.

Made from the best stuff on Earth.

Remember when Snapple was all the rage? The famous line was replaced in 1998.

The best a man can get.

Perhaps the ladies can get something better, but Gillette isn't saying.

What can Brown do for you?

UPS traded the image of its brown trucks and uniforms for the new slogan "united problem solvers" in 2015.

Can you hear me now?

In 2002, Verizon's "Test Man" introduced us to the quickly ubiquitous question.

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