Thursday, October 20, 2011

Today's Trivia – Advertising Slogans (Part 3)

Some advertising slogans are (or were) so well-known that as soon as you hear them, you know immediately what company or organization they belong to. Below is a third list of some familiar slogans. How many do you recognize? How many do you remember? How many do you find yourself sometimes repeating?

Let’s get started...

“Maybe she's born with it. Maybe it's Maybelline.” (Maybelline)

“Merrill-Lynch is Bullish on America” (Merrill-Lynch)

“More doctors smoke camels than any other cigarette” (Camel cigarettes)

“Moving at the speed of business” (UPS)

“My goodness, my Guinness” (Guinness)

“Neighbor's envy, owner's pride” (Onida TV in India)

“Never follow” (Audi)

“Nicorette, Nicorette, you can beat the cigarette” (Nicorette)

“No battery is stronger longer” (Duracell Batteries)

“No more tears” (Johnson's Baby Shampoo)

“Nobody can say no to the honey nuts in Honey Nut Cheerios” (Honey Nut Cheerios)

“Nobody does chicken like KFC” (KFC)

“Nobody doesn't like Sara Lee” (Sara Lee)

“Nothin' says lovin' like somethin' from the oven” (Pillsbury)

“Nothing comes between me and my Calvin Klein Jeans” (Calvin Klein jeans)

“Nothing runs like a Deere” (Deere & Company)

“Nothings sucks like an Electrolux” (Electrolux)

“Now you're playing with power!” (Nintendo)

“Obey your thirst” (Sprite)

“Oh what a feeling” (Toyota)

“Once vou pop, you can't stop!” (Pringles)

“One thing leads to another” (Nescafe)

“Only Smarties have the answer” (Smarties confectionary)

“Our repairmen are the loneliest guys in town” (Maytag)

“Passion for the road” (Mazda)

“Pepsi - for those who think young” (Pepsi)

“Pizza! Pizza!” (Little Caesars restaurants)

“Please don't squeeze the Charmin” (Charmin)

“Plop plop, fizz fizz, oh what a relief it is!” (Alka-Seltzer)

“Porsche. There is No Substitute” (Porsche)

“Power, Beauty and Soul” (Aston Martin)

“Preparing to be a beautiful lady” (Pear's Soap)

“Probably the best beer in the world” (Carlsberg)

“Promise her anything, but give her Arpege” (Arpege)

“Pump your money back into Canada” (Petro Canada)

“Pure Life (Nestle Aberfoyle Natural Spring” Water)

“Push Button Publishing” (

“Put a smile on” (McDonalds Happy Meal)

“Put a tiger in your tank” (Esso)

“Quality is Job 1” (Ford)

“Quality never goes out of style” (Levi’s)

“Race for the taste, the honey sweet taste, the honey-nutty taste of Honey Nut Cheerios” (Honey Nut Cheerios)

“Reach out and touch someone” (AT&T)

“Refreshes the parts other beers cannot reach” (Heineken)

“Relieves gas pains” (Volkswagen)

“Rice-a-Roni the San Francisco treat” (Rice-a-Roni)

“Ring around the collar” (Wisk laundry detergent)

“Rip. Mix. Burn.” (Apple Computer)

“R-O-L-A-I-D-S spells relief” (Rolaids)

“Run for the border” (Taco Bell)

“Same time tomorrow?” (Diet Pepsi)

“Save money. Live better.” (Wal-Mart)

“Sch... You know who?” (Schweppes)

“Screw yourself” (IKEA)

“See America at see level” (Amtrak)

“See the USA in a Chevrolet” (Chevrolet)

“See what brown can do for you” (UPS)

“See what the future has in store” (Future Shop)

“Share moments. Share life.” (Kodak)

“Sharp Minds, Sharp Products” (Sharp)

“Sheer driving pleasure” (BMW)

“Shouldn't your baby be a Gerber baby?” (Gerber foods)

“Silly Rabbit, Trix are for Kids” (Trix cereal)

“Simply years ahead” (Phillips)

“Skim milk does not come from skinny cows” (Alba Dry Milk)

“Small Wonder” (Volkswagen)

“Snap, Crackle, Pop” (Rice Krispies)

“So easy a caveman can do it” (GEICO)

“Solutions for a small planet” (IBM Computers)

“Some of our best men are women” (United States Army)

“Something special in the air” (American Airlines)

“Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don’t” (Almond Joy/Mounds)

“Sooner or later, you'll own Generals” (General Tires Corp.)

“Spend wisely - save wisely” (Brooke Bond)

“Sponsors of tomorrow” (Intel)

“St Augustine founded it. Becket died for it. Chaucer wrote about it. Cromwell shot at it. Hitler bombed it. Time is destroying it. Will you save it?” (Canterbury Cathedral)

“Take a bite out of crime!” (National Crime Prevention Council)

“Taste them again, for the first time” (Kellogg's Corn Flakes)

“The Army. The Edge.” (Australian Army)

“The best a man can get” (Gillette razors)

“The best part of waking up is Folgers in your cup” (Folgers)

“The best seat in the house” (Jockey underwear)

“The best tires in the world have Goodyear written all over them” (Goodyear Tires)

“The best to you each morning” (Kellogg Company)

“The car in front is a Toyota” (Toyota)

“The champagne of bottled beer” (Miller Beer)

“The choice of a new generation” (Pepsi Cola)

“The Colgate ring of confidence” (Colgate Toothpaste)

“The daily diary of American Dream” (Wall Street Journal)

“The eye in the eyes” (CBS)

“The first network for men” (Spike TV)

Let’s end this trivia post with a video of Alka Selter’s “Plop plop, fizz fizz, oh what a relief it is!” It’s a very old commercial.


  1. Hahaha - I love Ikea's "Screw Yourself" - I'd be surprised if that slogan was ever used in North America!

  2. I don't remember hearing it, so I wonder... I do love it, though! Too funny...