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Beverages

• "I Am Canadian" - Molson Canadian beer


• "After Dark" - Tia Maria
• "All the taste, 1/3 of the calories", Pepsi Max, 1993
• "Always Coca Cola" - Coca Cola - 1990s
• "Ask For More" - Pepsi 2000, mainly in much of Europe.
• "Australians wouldn't give a Castlemaine XXXX for anything else" - Australian Beer
• "Barq's has bite" - Barq's root beer
• "Coffee at its best" - Nescafe Gold Blend
• "Coke is it" - Coca Cola, 1982
• "Why ask why? Try Bud Dry" - Budweiser early 1990s
• "Drink Barq's. It's Good." - Barq's sarsaparilla drink
• "Follow the bear" Hoffmeister lager
• "Fosters - Australian for Beer" - Fosters Australian Beer
• "Get back your 'oo' with Typhoo" - Typhoo tea
• "Good to the last drop." - Maxwell House coffee
• "It's not just for breakfast anymore." - Florida Orange Juice Growers Association
• "It's the real thing" - Coca Cola, 1941
• "Like tea used to be" - Yorkshire Tea
• "Lipsmackin' thirstquenchin' acetastin' motivatin' goodbuzzin' cooltalkin' highwalkin'
fastlivin' evergivin' coolfizzin' Pepsi" - Pepsi Cola, 1973, Boase Massimi Pollitt
• "Made in Scotland from girders" - Irn Bru
• "No Nonsense" - John Smith's beer
• "Pepsi - for those who think young" - Pepsi
• "Probably the best lager in the world" - Carlsberg
• "Pure Life" - Nestle Aberfoyle Natural Spring Water, 2002 or 2003?
• "Refreshes the parts other beers cannot reach" - Heineken lager, 1974
• "Same time tomorrow?" - Diet Pepsi, 1990s
• "Sch... You know who?" - Schweppes, 1962
• "The Beer that Made Milwaukee Famous" - Schlitz
• "The Champagne of Bottled Beer" - Miller Beer
• "The Joy of Cola" - Pepsi, 1999
• "The pause that refreshes" - Coca Cola, 1929
• "The real thing" - Coca Cola, late-1980s
• "The Uncola" - 7-Up, 1973, J Walter Thompson
• "There's no taste like Stones" - Stones bitter
• "Uh-Huh!" - Diet Pepsi, 1991
• "We drink all we can. The rest we sell." - Utica Club, 1965, Doyle Dane Bernbach
• "What a refreshing change" - Woodpecker cider
• "Who's your soda?" - Red Fusion soft drink, Dr Pepper, 2002
• "You know when you've been Tango'd" - Tango soft drink, 1994, HHCL
• "Your best bet for a fuller flavour" - Carlin Black Label lager (1980s)
Communications, Broadcasting, and Publishing
• "Before you make up your mind, open it." - Irish Independent
• "CTV. Canadian Television" - CTV
• "Fair and balanced" - FOX News
• "Get more" - T-Mobile
• "If it's on, it's in." - Radio Times, MCBD
• "If you don't get it, you don't get it." - The Washington Post, 1990s
• "It's good to talk" - British Telecom (1990s)
• "It's not TV, it's HBO." - HBO, late 1990s
• "Let your fingers do the walking." - Yellow Pages, 1964, Geers Gross
• "Nick is for kids" - Nickelodeon TV channel
• "Seeing small business differently" - SBC Communications
• "The most trusted name in news" - CNN
• "We never stop working for you" - Verizon Wireless
• "You give us 22 minutes, we'll give you the world" - WINS Radio, New York, 1965 ,
KFWB Radio, Los Angeles, Present (2004)
• "Your friend in the digital age" - COX Communications
• All the news that's fit to print. - The New York Times, 1896, Direct
• "ABC: America's Broadcasting Company" - ABC, 1999
• "The Eye in the Eyes" - CBS, 2003
• "Turn It Up" - UPN, 2002
• "It's Time for U" - UPN, 2003
• "Still the One" - ABC 1978, Nine Network Australia 1980's - present
• "The first network for men" - Spike TV
Electronics
• "Do you have the bunny inside?" - Energizer Max, since 2000s
• "Hello Tosh, gotta Toshiba?" - Toshiba, 1984, Gold Greenlees Trott
• "Is it live, or is it Memorex? "- Memorex video cassettes, 1970s or 1980s on
• "Keeps going and going and going." - Energizer Batteries, began 1980s or 1990s
• "Neighbour's envy, owner's pride" - Onida TV (India)
• "No battery is stronger longer." - Duracell Batteries, 1990s
• "One that Last" - Duracell Batteries - late-1980s
• "See what the future has in store." - Future Shop
• "Thousands of possibilities. Get yours." - Best Buy
• "We bring good things to life." - GE (General Electric)
• "You can't top the copper top" - Duracell Batteries, early to mid 1990s
Computing
• "Intel inside" - Intel
• "e-business solutions" - IBM, 2000s
• "Think" - IBM, 1914
• "Think different" - Apple Computer
• "Think outside the box" - Apple Computer, 1990s
• "Where do you want to go today?" - Microsoft
• "Acquire, manage and listen" - Apple Computer
• "Rip. Mix. Burn" - Apple Computer
• "[It's] so easy to use, no wonder it's number one" - AOL
• "It's better with the butterfly" - Microsoft (for MSN 8 internet service provider)
• "Welcome to the World Wide Wow" - AOL (play on World Wide Web)
• "Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia" - Wikipedia
• "It's the Internet that logs onto you" - SBC-Yahoo! DSL
• "GNU is Not Unix" - Free Software Foundation

Recordings
• "Echo Around the World" - Edison Records
• "Comparison With the Living Artist Reveals No Difference" - Edison Records
• "If it's a King, It's a Hillbilly -- If it's a Hillbilly, it's a King" - King Records
• "Never Scratches" - Lyric Records
• "First with the Hits" - Mercury Records
• "America's Best Record" - Puritan Records
• "Hear What You Like - When You Like" - Rex Records
• "Each Record a Masterpiece" - Van Dyke Records
Fashion
• "A diamond is forever." - De Beers Consolidated Mines, 1948-present
• "Between love and madness lies Obsession." - Calvin Klein, 1985
• "Children's shoes have far to go." - Start-Rite Shoes, 1945, Stanley Studios
• "fcuk advertising" - French Connection United Kingdom, 1990s
• "It takes a licking and keeps on ticking." - Timex Corporation, 1956
• "Just do it" - Nike, Inc. (foot wear), 1988-on, Wieden & Kennedy
• "Lifts and separates" - Playtex Cross-Your-Heart bra, 1960s.
• "Maybe she's born with it - maybe it's Maybelline" - Maybelline
Finance
• "Because life's complicated enough" - Abbey National
• "Don't leave home without it" - American Express
• "Merrill-Lynch is Bullish on America" - Merrill-Lynch
• "More human interest" - Washington Mutual
• "The bank that likes to say Yes" - Trustee Savings Bank
• "The future takes VISA" - VISA (credit card)
• "The Listening Bank" - Midland Bank
• "The world's local bank" - HSBC
• "There are some things money can't buy. For everything else, there's MasterCard."
-MasterCard
• "VISA - It's everywhere you want to be" - VISA (credit card), 1988, BBDO
• "When E. F. Hutton Talks, People Listen" - E.F. Hutton
Food
• "57 Varieties" - H. J. Heinz Company
• "A Mars a day helps you work rest and play" - Mars bar
• "A minty bit stronger" - Trebor Mints
• "Beanz Meanz Heinz" - Heinz Baked Beans
• "All because the lady loves Milk Tray" - Milk Tray Chocolate, 1970s
• "Betcha can't eat just one" - Lay's potato chips
• "Do you love anyone enough to give them your last Rolo" - Rolo confectionary
• "Do you eat the red ones last?" - Smarties, 1970s or 80s on until the early 90s, revived
around 2002 or 2003
• "WotalotIgot!" - Smarties, 1961, JWT
• "For mash get Smash" - Smash instant mashed potatoes, 1974, Boase Massimi Pollitt
• "The Freshmaker!" - Mentos
• "Full of Eastern Promise" - Fry's Turkish Delight
• "Give me a break! Give me a break - break me off a piece of that Kit Kat bar!" - Kit
Kat candy
• "Have a break, have a Kit Kat" - Kit Kat candy
• "Hungry? Grab a Snickers" - Snickers
• "If it doesn't get all over the place, it doesn't belong in your face" - Carl's Jr.
• "It can only be Heineken" - Heineken
• "It takes a tough man to make a tender chicken." - Perdue, 1972, Scali, McCabe &
Sloves
• "Made to make your mouth water" - Opal Fruits
• "Nowt taken out" - Allinsons bread
• "One two many and you might turn Bertie" - Bassett's Liquorice Allsorts
• "Only Smarties have the answer" - Smarties confectionary
• "Only the best for the Captain's table" - Birdseye
• "Refreshes the Parts Other Beers Cannot Reach" - Heineken
• "Shouldn't your baby be a Gerber baby?" - Gerber
• "The lighter way to enjoy chocolate" - Maltesers
• "The sweet you can eat between meals wothout losing your appetite" - Milky Way
• "There's always room for J-E-L-L-O", Jell-O
• "Too good to hurry mints" - Murry Mints
• "You'll never put a better bit of butter on your knife" - Country Life butter
• "What would you do for a Klondike Bar?" - Klondike Bar, early 1990s, early 2000s
Cereals
• "Breakfast of Champions" - Wheaties, 1935, Blackett-Sample-Gummert (slogan was
later on "The Breakfast of Champions", including in the 1990s)
• "Can't Get Enough of That Golden Crisp", Golden Crisp
• "Central heating for kids" - Ready Brek porridge
• "Everyone loves my Cocoa Krispies" - Kellogg's Cocoa Krispies
• "Gotta have my pops!" - Corn Pops breakfast cereal
• "I'd rather have a bowl of Coco Pops" - Coco Pops breakfast cereal
• "Just like a chocolate milkshake, only crunchy" - Coco Pops breakfast cereal
• "Kid tested. Mother approved." - Kix breakfast cereal
• "Makes Red Blood!" - Grape-Nuts breakfast cereal
• "Nobody can say no to the honey nut Os in Honey Nut Cheerios" - Honey Nut
Cheerios breakfast cereal
• "Race for the taste, the honey sweet taste!, the honey-nutty taste of Honey Nut
Cheerios", Honey Nut Cheerios
• "Shot from Guns!" - Quaker Puffed Rice
• "Silly Rabbit, Trix are for Kids" - Trix cereal
• "Snap, Crackle, and Pop, Kellogg's Rice Krispies - Kellogg's Rice Krispies breakfast
cereal.
• "Tell them about the honey, mummy" - Sugar Puffs breakfast cereal
• "They're grrreat!" - Kellogg's Frosted Flakes breakfast cereal
Fast food
• "Have it your way." - Burger King
• "Have you had your break today?" - McDonalds
• "I'm lovin' it" - McDonald's, in a 2003 international campaign
• "Jack's back" - Jack in the Box fast food restaurant
• "Pizza! Pizza!" - Little Caesars restaurants
• "Put a smile on, put a smile on. Everybody come on, put a smile on" - McDonald's
(advertised to children)
• "Put a smile on." - McDonalds Happy Meal, 2001-2002
• "Smile." - McDonalds
• "The burgers are better at Hungry Jack's" - Hungry Jack's
• "Think outside the bun." - Taco Bell, late-1990s, early 2000s
• Twoallbeefpattiesspecialsaucelettucecheesepicklesonionsonasesameseedbun -
McDonald's Big Mac sandwich
• "We love to see you smile" - McDonald's
• "Where's the beef?" - Wendy's Restaurants, 1984-, Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample
• "Yo quiero Taco Bell." - Taco Bell, mid-1990s
• "You deserve a break today" - McDonald's
• "You've always got time for Tim Hortons." - Tim Hortons, mid-to-late-1990s-on
• (nah, nah, nah) - McDonalds, sung non-sense words, 2003
Household
• "1001 Cleans a Big, Big Carpet for Less than Half a Crown" - 1001 carpet shampoo,
c.1964
• "Kills Bugs Dead" - Raid (an insecticide)
• "Quick, Henry, the FLIT!" - Flit insecticide
• "It Beats - as it Sweeps - as it Cleans" - The Hoover vacuum cleaner, 1926
• "Covers The Earth" -- Sherwin Williams paint
• "For hands that do dishes can feel soft as your face, with mild green Fairy Liquid" -
Fairy Liquid
• "It's a lot less bovver than a hover" - Qualcast Concord lawnmowers, 1985, WCRS
• "The appliance of science" - Zanussi, 1981, Geers Gross
• "Put the freshness back" - Shake'n'Vac
• "Kills Germs Dead" - Domestos
Personal Care
• "A totally organic experience" - Clairol Herbal Essences
• "Absolute cleanliness is Godliness!" - Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap
• "Because you're worth it" - L'Or�al
• "Does She or Doesn't She? ...Only her Hairdresser Knows for Sure" - Clairol hair dye
• "For those who like the trade rough" - Travis aftershave
• "Good Morning! Have You Used Pear's Soap?" - Pear's Soap
• "I liked it so much I bought the company." - Remington shavers
• "I never knew you had dandruff" - Head & Shoulders shampoo
• "It Floats!" - Ivory Soap
• "It won't let you down" - Sure anti-perspirant
• "Maybe she's born with it, maybe it's Maybelline" - Maybelline (lipstick, makeup)
• "Preparing to be a beautiful lady" - Pear's Soap
• "Raise your hand if you're sure". - Sure, 1984, Wells, Rich, Greene
• "R-O-L-A-I-D-S spells Relief" - Rolaids (indigestion medicine)
• "The Lynx effect" - Lynx deoderant
• "Which twin has the Toni?" - Toni, 1946, Foote, Cone & Belding
• "You'll wonder where the yellow went when you brush your teeth with Pepsodent" -
Pepsodent, 1956, Foote, Cone & Belding
Recreation, Entertainment, and Travel
• "... another shrimp on the barbie ..." - Australian Tourist Commission, 1984
• "The happiest place on Earth" - Disneyland
• "Get out there" - Royal Caribbean cruise lines
• "We love having you here" - Hampton Inn
• "Where wonders never cease" - Alton Towers
• "It's so bracing" - Skegness
• "Don't just book it. Thomas Cook it." - Thomas Cook, 1984, Wells, Rich, Greene
• "Serving All our Community. Brampton's Arts Group." - Visual Arts Brampton, 2003,
Alphie and Bette
Tobacco
• "Camels Soothe Your T-Zone" -- Camel cigarettes
• "Doctors Recommend Phillip Morris" -- Phillip Morris tobacco products
• "I'd Walk a Mile for A Camel" -- Camel cigarettes
• "Just What the Doctor Ordered" -- L&M Cigarettes
• "More Doctors Smoke Camels than any other Cigarette" -- Camel cigarettes
• "Not a Cough in a Carload" -- Old Gold Cigarettes
• "Reach for a Lucky instead of a Sweet" -- Lucky Strike Cigarettes
• "Taste Me! Taste Me! Come on and Taste Me!" -- Doral Cigarettes
• "You're never alone with a Strand" -- Strand Cigarettes
• "You've Come a Long Way, Baby" -- Virginia Slims Cigarettes
• "Anyhow*... Have a Winfield" -- Winfield Cigarettes
Transport
• "Getting There Is Half The Fun" - Cunard Line
• "The world's favourite airline" - British Airways
• "Fly the friendly skies" - United Airlines, 1966-, Leo Burnett
• "Wanna get away?" - Southwest Airlines
• "We love to fly and it shows" - Delta Airlines
• "We Really Move Our Tail For You" - Continental Airlines
• "We're getting there" - much ridiculed British Rail slogan
• "See What Brown Can Do For You" - UPS
• "Esto si es volar!!" ("This really IS flying!") - Eastern Airlines, in Puerto Rico
Automobiles
• "Ford is the Best in Texas"
• "Ask the Man who Owns One" - Packard, 1925, Austin Bement
• "Bigger in Texas, Better in a Dodge"
• "Drivers wanted." - Volkswagen, 1995, Arnold Communications
• "If only everything in life was as reliabale as a Volkswagen"
• "It's a Skoda. Honest." - Skoda, 2000, Fallon
• "Like a rock" - Chevrolet
• "Once driven, forever smitten" - Vauxhall Motors (1980s)
• "Right service. Right price." - Meineke
• "Sheer driving pleasure" - BMW
• "Sooner or later, you'll own Generals" - General Tires Corp.
• "The car in front is a Toyota"
• "The lion leaps from strength to strength" - Peugeot (1980s)
• "The Real Thing" - Ford Australia 1970s
• "The ultimate driving machine" - BMW
• "Think Small" - Volkswagen, 1962, Doyle Dane Bernbach
• "Time to Re-Tire" - Fisk tires
• "Vorsprung durch Technik" - Audi
• "We are professional grade" - GMC Truck
• "You can with a Nissan"
Petroleum
• "You Can Trust Your Car to the Man Who Wears The Star" -- Texaco Service
Stations
• "Put a tiger in your tank" -- Esso
• "You can be sure of Shell" - Shell Oil, 1982
• "Pump your money back into Canada" - Petro Canada, early 1980s
• "Go well. Go Shell" - Shell Oil
Government
• An army of one. - United States Army, 2001
• Be all you can be. - US Army, 1981-2001, N. W. Ayer
• Give a hoot, don't pollute - United States Forest Service
• I want YOU for the US Army - World War I and World War II
• Only you can prevent forest fires - United States Forest Service
• The Army National Guard, You Can. - US Army National Guard, in use around 2001-
2003 if not more years than that.
• Take a bite out of crime! - National Crime Prevention Council
• The toughest job you'll ever love - Peace Corps
• There's No Life Like it - Canadian Armed Forces
• I love New York. - New York City, 1977-on, Wells, Rich, Greene
• Be the best - British Army
• Things Can Only Get Better - British Labour Party slogan for the 1997 General
Election
Social
• "A mind is a terrible thing to waste." - United Negro College Fund
• "This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs. Any questions?" - The Partnership for
a Drug-Free America
Miscellaneous
• Reassuringly expensive. - Stella Artois, 1981, Lowe Howard-Spink
• Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't. - Peter Paul Mounds, 1953,
Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample
• The future's bright. The future's Orange. - Orange, 1996, WCRS
• What we want is Watney's. - Watney's
Communications, Broadcasting, and Publishing
• "All the news that's fit to print." - The New York Times, 1896, Direct
• "ABC: America's Broadcasting Company" - ABC, 1999
• "Before you make up your mind, open it." - Irish Independent
• "CTV. Canadian Television" - CTV
• "Fair and balanced" - FOX News
• "Get more" - T-Mobile
• "How many bars do you have?" AT&T Wireless
• "How does the wireless industry make you feel?" Sprint Fair & Flexible Plan
• "If it's on, it's in." - Radio Times, MCBD
• "If you don't get it, you don't get it." - The Washington Post, 1990s
• "It's good to talk" - British Telecom (1990s)
• "It's not TV, it's HBO." - HBO, late 1990s
• "It's time for U" - UPN, 2003
• "Let your fingers do the walking." - Yellow Pages, 1964, Geers Gross
• "Nick is for kids" - Nickelodeon TV channel
• "Seeing small business differently" - SBC Communications
• "Still the One" - ABC 1978, Nine Network Australia 1980s - present
• "The Eye in the Eyes" - CBS, 2003
• "The first network for men" - Spike TV
• "The future's bright. The future's Orange." - Orange, 1996, WCRS
• "The most trusted name in news" - CNN
• "The one to watch" - Channel 7 Australia 2001-Present
• "Turn It Up" - UPN, 2002
• "We never stop working for you" - Verizon Wireless
• "You give us 22 minutes, we'll give you the world" - WINS Radio, New York, 1965 ,
KFWB Radio, Los Angeles, Present (2004)
• "Your friend in the digital age" - COX Communications
Electronics
• "Do you have the bunny inside?" - Energizer Max, since 2000s
• "Get N or get out." Nintendo 64, late 1990s
• "Hello Tosh, gotta Toshiba?" - Toshiba, 1984, Gold Greenlees Trott
• "Is it live, or is it Memorex? "- Memorex video cassettes, 1970s or 1980s on
• "Keeps going and going and going." - Energizer Batteries, began 1980s or 1990s
• "Neighbour's envy, owner's pride" - Onida TV (India)
• "No battery is stronger longer." - Duracell Batteries, 1990s
• "Now You're Playing With Power!" - Nintendo Entertainmemt System, Super
Nintendo Entertainment System, mid-1980s to mid-1990s
• "One that Last" - Duracell Batteries - late-1980s
• "See what the future has in store." - Future Shop
• "Thousands of possibilities. Get yours." - Best Buy
• "We bring good things to life." - GE (General Electric)
• "You can't top the copper top" - Duracell Batteries, early to mid 1990s
• "You've got questions, we've got answers." - Radio Shack
Computing
• "Acquire, manage and listen" - Apple Computer
• "e-business solutions" - IBM, 2000s
• "GNU is Not Unix" - Free Software Foundation
• "Intel inside" - Intel
• "[It's] so easy to use, no wonder it's number one" - AOL
• "It's better with the butterfly" - Microsoft (for MSN 8 internet service provider)
• "It's the Internet that logs onto you" - SBC-Yahoo! DSL
• "Rip. Mix. Burn" - Apple Computer
• "So powerful, it's kind of ridiculous" - 3dfx (for Voodoo 3 cards)
• "Think" - IBM, 1914
• "Think different" - Apple Computer
• "Think outside the box" - Apple Computer, 1990s
• "Welcome to the World Wide Wow" - AOL (play on World Wide Web)
• "Where do you want to go today?" - Microsoft
• "Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia" - Wikipedia
Recordings
• "America's Best Record" - Puritan Records
• "Comparison With the Living Artist Reveals No Difference" - Edison Records
• "Each Record a Masterpiece" - Van Dyke Records
• "Echo Around the World" - Edison Records
• "First with the Hits" - Mercury Records
• "Hear What You Like - When You Like" - Rex Records
• "If it's a King, It's a Hillbilly -- If it's a Hillbilly, it's a King" - King Records
• "Never Scratches" - Lyric Records
Fashion
• "A diamond is forever." - De Beers Consolidated Mines, 1948-present
• "Between love and madness lies Obsession." - Calvin Klein, 1985
• "Children's shoes have far to go." - Start-Rite Shoes, 1945, Stanley Studios
• "fcuk advertising" - French Connection United Kingdom, 1990s
• "Hello boys" - Playtex Wonderbra
• It takes a licking and keeps on ticking." - Timex Corporation, 1956
• "Just do it" - Nike, Inc. (foot wear), 1988-on, Wieden & Kennedy
• "Lifts and separates" - Playtex Cross-Your-Heart bra, 1960s.
• "Maybe she's born with it - maybe it's Maybelline" - Maybelline
Finance
• "Because life's complicated enough" - Abbey National
• "Don't leave home without it" - American Express
• "Merrill-Lynch is Bullish on America" - Merrill-Lynch
• "More human interest" - Washington Mutual
• "The bank that likes to say Yes" - Trustee Savings Bank
• "The future takes VISA" - VISA (credit card)
• "The Listening Bank" - Midland Bank
• "The world's local bank" - HSBC
• "There are some things money can't buy. For everything else, there's MasterCard."
-MasterCard
• "VISA - It's everywhere you want to be" - VISA (credit card), 1988, BBDO
• "When E. F. Hutton Talks, People Listen" - E.F. Hutton
Food and Drink General Food
• "57 Varieties" - H. J. Heinz Company
• "A Mars a day helps you work rest and play" - Mars bar
• "A minty bit stronger" - Trebor Mints
• "All because the lady loves Milk Tray" - Milk Tray Chocolate, 1970s
• "Beanz Meanz Heinz" - Heinz Baked Beans
• "Break out of the ordinary" - Butterfinger (Nestle candy bar)
• "Betcha can't eat just one" - Lay's potato chips
• "Do you love anyone enough to give them your last Rolo" - Rolo confectionery
• "Do you eat the red ones last?" - Smarties, 1970s or 80s on until the early 90s, revived
around 2002 or 2003
• "For mash get Smash" - Smash instant mashed potatoes, 1974, Boase Massimi Pollitt
• "Full of Eastern Promise" - Fry's Turkish Delight
• "Give me a break! Give me a break - break me off a piece of that Kit Kat bar!" - Kit
Kat candy
• "Have a break, have a Kit Kat" - Kit Kat candy
• "Hungry? Grab a Snickers" - Snickers
• "It's the way it shatters that matters" - Violet Crumble
• "If it doesn't get all over the place, it doesn't belong in your face" - Carl's Jr.
• "If you got the munchies, nothing else will do! - Hostess potato chips
• "It can only be Heineken" - Heineken
• "It takes a tough man to make a tender chicken." - Perdue, 1972, Scali, McCabe &
Sloves
• "Made to make your mouth water" - Opal Fruits
• "A Milky Way Today. At work, rest and play! - Milky Way
• "A Mars a day helps you work, rest and play" - Mars Bar in the United Kingdom
andCanada
• "Nowt taken out" - Allinsons bread
• "Nobody does chicken like KFC" - KFC, 2000-Present
• "Once you pop the fun doesn't stop" - Pringles
• "One two many and you might turn Bertie" - Bassett's Liquorice Allsorts
• "Only Smarties have the answer" - Smarties confectionary
• "Only the best for the Captain's table" - Birdseye
• "Shouldn't your baby be a Gerber baby?" - Gerber foods
• "The freshmaker!" - Mentos
• "The lighter way to enjoy chocolate" - Maltesers
• "The man from Del Monte, he say yes" - Del Monte fruits
• "The sweet you can eat between meals wothout losing your appetite" - Milky Way
• "There's always room for J-E-L-L-O", Jell-O
• "Too good to hurry mints" - Murry Mints
• "You'll never put a better bit of butter on your knife" - Country Life butter
• "What would you do for a Klondike Bar?" - Klondike Bar, early 1990s, early 2000s
• "Where's the cream filling?" Hostess cakes
• "WotalotIgot!" - Smarties, 1961, JWT
Cereals
• "Breakfast of Champions" - Wheaties, 1935, Blackett-Sample-Gummert (slogan was
later on "The Breakfast of Champions", including in the 1990s)
• "Can't Get Enough of That Golden Crisp", Golden Crisp
• "Central heating for kids" - Ready Brek porridge
• "Everyone loves my Cocoa Krispies" - Kellogg's Cocoa Krispies
• "Gotta have my pops!" - Corn Pops breakfast cereal
• "I'd rather have a bowl of Coco Pops" - Coco Pops breakfast cereal
• "Just like a chocolate milkshake, only crunchy" - Coco Pops breakfast cereal
• "Kid tested. Mother approved." - Kix breakfast cereal
• "Makes Red Blood!" - Grape-Nuts breakfast cereal "Nobody can say no to the honey
nut Os in Honey Nut
• Cheerios" - Honey Nut Cheerios breakfast cereal
• "Race for the taste, the honey sweet taste!, the honey-nutty taste of Honey Nut
Cheerios", Honey Nut Cheerios
• "Shot from Guns!" - Quaker Puffed Rice
• "Silly Rabbit, Trix are for Kids" - Trix cereal
• "Snap, Crackle, and Pop, Kellogg's Rice Krispies - Kellogg's Rice Krispies breakfast
cereal.
• "Tell them about the honey, mummy" - Sugar Puffs breakfast cereal
• "They're grrreat!" - Kellogg's Frosted Flakes breakfast cereal
Fast food
• "Have it your way." - Burger King
• "Jack's back" - Jack in the Box fast food restaurant
• "Pizza! Pizza!" - Little Caesars restaurants
• "The burgers are better at Hungry Jack's" - Hungry Jack's
• "Think outside the bun." - Taco Bell, late-1990s, early 2000s
• "Where's the beef?" - Wendy's Restaurants, 1984-, Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample
• "Yo quiero Taco Bell." - Taco Bell, mid-1990s
• "You've always got time for Tim Hortons." - Tim Hortons, mid-to-late-1990s-on
McDonalds
• Twoallbeefpattiesspecialsaucelettucecheesepicklesonionsonasesameseedbun -
McDonald's Big Mac sandwich
• "Smile." - McDonalds
• "Put a smile on, put a smile on. Everybody come on, put a smile on" - McDonald's
(advertised to children)
• "Put a smile on." - McDonalds Happy Meal, 2001-2002
• "We love to see you smile" - McDonald's
• "You deserve a break today" - McDonald's
• "Have you had your break today?" - McDonalds
• (nah, nah, nah) - McDonalds, sung non-sense words, 2003
• "I'm lovin' it" - McDonalds, in a 2003 international campaign
Beverages
• "After Dark" - Tia Maria
• "All the taste, 1/3 of the calories", Pepsi Max, 1993
• "Always Coca Cola" - Coca Cola - 1990s
• "Ask For More" - Pepsi 2000, mainly in much of Europe.
• "Australians wouldn't give a Castlemaine XXXX for anything else" - Australian Beer
• "Barq's has bite" - Brq's root beer
• "Coffee at its best" - Nescafe Gold Blend
• "Coke is it" - Coca Cola, 1982
• "Drink Barq's. It's Good." - Barq's sarsaparilla drink
• "Follow the bear" Hoffmeister lager
• "Fosters - Australian for Beer" - Fosters Australian Beer
• "Get back your 'oo' with Typhoo" - Typhoo tea
• "Good to the last drop." - Maxwell House coffee
• "Guinness is good for you" - Guinness
• "I Am Canadian" - Molson Canadian beer
• "I bet he drinks Carling Black Label" - Carling Black Label
• "It's not just for breakfast anymore." - Florida Orange Juice Growers Association
• "It's the real thing" - Coca Cola, 1941
• "Like tea used to be" - Yorkshire Tea
• "Lipsmackin' thirstquenchin' acetastin' motivatin' goodbuzzin' cooltalkin' highwalkin'
fastlivin' evergivin' coolfizzin'
• Pepsi" - Pepsi Cola, 1973, Boase Massimi Pollitt
• "Made in Scotland from girders" - Irn Bru
• "Make mine Moxie" - Moxie
• "My goodness, my Guinness" - Guinness
• "No Nonsense" - John Smith's beer
• "Pepsi - for those who think young" - Pepsi
• "Probably the best lager in the world" - Carlsberg
• "Pure Life" - Nestle Aberfoyle Natural Spring Water, 2002 or 2003?
• "Reassuringly expensive." - Stella Artois, 1981, Lowe Howard-Spink
• "Refreshes the parts other beers cannot reach" - Heineken lager, 1974
• "Same time tomorrow?" - Diet Pepsi, 1990s
• "Sch... You know who?" - Schweppes, 1962
• "The Beer that Made Milwaukee Famous" - Schlitz
• "The Champagne of Bottled Beer" - Miller Beer
• "The Joy of Cola" - Pepsi, 1999
• "The pause that refreshes" - Coca Cola, 1929
• "The real thing" - Coca Cola, late-1980s"The Uncola" - 7-Up, 1973, J Walter
Thompson
• "There's no taste like Stones" - Stones bitter
• "Uh-Huh!" - Diet Pepsi, 1991
• "Unleash the power of the sun" – Sunny Delight
• "We drink all we can. The rest we sell." - Utica Club, 1965, Doyle Dane Bernbach
• "What a refreshing change" - Woodpecker cider
• "Who's your soda?" - Red Fusion soft drink, Dr Pepper, 2002
• "Why ask why? Try Bud Dry" - Budweiser early 1990s
• "You know when you've been Tango'd" - Tango soft drink, 1994, HHCL
• "Your best bet for a fuller flavour" - Carlin Black Label lager (1980s)
Household
• "1001 Cleans a Big, Big Carpet for Less than Half a Crown" - 1001 carpet shampoo,
c.1964
• "Away go troubles down the drain--Roto-Rooter." 1954 to present.
• "Covers The Earth" -- Sherwin Williams paint
• "Does exactly what it says on the tin" - Ronseal, late 1980s to present.
• "For hands that do dishes can feel soft as your face, with mild green Fairy Liquid" -
Fairy Liquid
• "Kills Bugs Dead" - Raid (an insecticide)
• "Kills Germs Dead" - Domestos
• "It Beats - as it Sweeps - as it Cleans" - The Hoover vacuum cleaner, 1926
• "Quick, Henry, the FLIT!" - Flit insecticide
• "It's a lot less bovver than a hover" - Qualcast Concord lawnmowers, 1985, WCRS
• "Nothings sucks like an Electrolux" - Electrolux
• "Put the freshness back" - Shake'n'Vac
• "The appliance of science" - Zanussi, 1981, Geers Gross
Personal Care
• "A totally orgasmic experience" - Clairol Herbal Essences
• "Absolute cleanliness is Godliness!" - Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap
• "Because I'm worth it" - L'Oréal
• "Does She or Doesn't She? ...Only her Hairdresser Knows for Sure" - Clairol hair dye
• "For those who like the trade rough" - Travis aftershave
• "Good Morning! Have You Used Pear's Soap?" - Pear's Soap
• "I liked it so much I bought the company." - Remington shavers
• "I never knew you had dandruff" - Head & Shoulders shampoo
• "It Floats!" - Ivory Soap
• "It won't let you down" - Sure anti-perspirant
• "Maybe she's born with it, maybe it's Maybelline" - Maybelline (lipstick, makeup)
• "Preparing to be a beautiful lady" - Pear's Soap
• "Raise your hand if you're sure". - Sure, 1984, Wells, Rich, Greene
• "R-O-L-A-I-D-S spells Relief" - Rolaids (indigestion medicine)
• "The best a man can get" - Gillette razors
• "The Lynx effect" - Lynx deoderant
• "Which twin has the Toni?" - Toni, 1946, Foote, Cone & Belding
• "You'll wonder where the yellow went when you brush your teeth with Pepsodent" -
Pepsodent, 1956, Foote, Cone & Belding
Recreation, Entertainment, and Travel
• "... another shrimp on the barbie ..." - Australian Tourist Commission, 1984
• "Don't just book it. Thomas Cook it." - Thomas Cook, 1984, Wells, Rich, Greene
• "Get out there" - Royal Caribbean cruise lines
• "It's so bracing" - Skegness
• "Serving All our Community. Brampton's Arts Group." - Visual Arts Brampton, 2003,
Alphie and Bette
• "The happiest place on Earth" - Disneyland
• "We love having you here" - Hampton Inn
• "Where wonders never cease" - Alton Towers
Tobacco
• "Anyhow... Have a Winfield" - Winfield Cigarettes
• "Camels Soothe Your T-Zone" - Camel cigarettes
• "Doctors Recommend Phillip Morris" - Phillip Morris tobacco products
• "Happiness is a cigar called Hamlet" - Hamlet cigars
• "I'd Walk a Mile for A Camel" - Camel cigarettes
• "Just What the Doctor Ordered" - L&M Cigarettes
• "More Doctors Smoke Camels than any other Cigarette" - Camel cigarettes
• "Not a Cough in a Carload" - Old Gold Cigarettes
• "Reach for a Lucky instead of a Sweet" - Lucky Strike Cgarettes
• "Taste Me! Taste Me! Come on and Taste Me!" - Doral Cigarettes
• "You're never alone with a Strand" - Strand Cigarettes
• "You've Come a Long Way, Baby" - Virginia Slims Cigarettes
Transport
• "Getting There Is Half The Fun" - Cunard Line
• "Fly the friendly skies" - United Airlines, 1966-, Leo Burnett
• "See what brown can do for you" - UPS
• "The world's favourite airline" - British Airways
• "Wanna get away?" - Southwest Airlines
• "We love to fly and it shows" - Delta Airlines
• "We really move our tail for you" - Continental Airlines
• "We're getting there" - much ridiculed British Rail slogan
Automobiles
• "Vorsprung durch Technik" - Audi
• "The ultimate driving machine" - BMW
• "Sheer driving pleasure" - BMW
• "Like a rock" - Chevrolet
• "Bigger in Texas, Better in a Dodge"
• "Time to Re-Tire" - Fisk tires
• "Have you driven a Ford lately?" - Ford
• "Quality is job one" - Ford
• "The Real Thing" - Ford Australia 1970s
• "Ford is the Best in Texas"
• "We are professional grade" - GMC Truck
• "Sooner or later, you'll own Generals" - General Tires Corp.
• 1990s "Passion for the road" - Mazda
• 2000s "Zoom Zoom" - Mazda
• "Right service. Right price." - Meineke
• "You can with a Nissan"
• "Ask the Man who Owns One" - Packard, 1925, Austin Bement
• "The lion leaps from strength to strength" - Peugeot (1980s)
• 2000s "State of Independence" - Saab
• "It's a Skoda. Honest." - Skoda, 2000, Fallon
• "The car in front is a Toyota"
• 1980s "Oh what a feeling" - Toyota
• "Once driven, forever smitten" - Vauxhall Motors (1980s)
• "If only everything in life was as reliabale as a Volkswagen"
• "Think Small" - Volkswagen, 1962, Doyle Dane Bernbach
• "Drivers wanted." - Volkswagen, 1995, Arnold Communications
• "Bloody Volvo driver" - Volvo, Early 2003-Late 2003
Petroleum
• "Go well. Go Shell" - Shell Oil
• "Put a tiger in your tank" - Esso
• "Pump your money back into Canada" - Petro Canada, early 1980s
• "You can be sure of Shell" - Shell Oil, 1982
• "You can trust your car to the man who wears the star" - Texaco Service Stations
Government
• "An army of one" - United States Army, 2001
• "Be all you can be" - US Army, 1981-2001, N. W. Ayer
• "Be the best" - British Army
• "Give a hoot, don't pollute" - United States Forest Service
• "I love New York" - New York City, 1977-on, Wells, Rich, Greene
• "I want YOU for the US Army" - World War I and World War II
• "Only you can prevent forest fires" - United States Forest Service
• "The Army National Guard, You Can" - US Army National Guard, in use around
2001-2003 if not more years than that
• "Take a bite out of crime!" - National Crime Prevention Council
• "The toughest job you'll ever love" - Peace Corps
• "There's no life like it" - Canadian Armed Forces
• "The Army.The Edge" - Australian Army
• "Things can only get better" - British Labour Party slogan for the 1997 General
Election based on the
song of the same name by "D:REAM"
Social
• "A mind is a terrible thing to waste." - United Negro College Fund
• "This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs. Any questions?" - The Partnership for
a Drug-Free America
Miscellaneous
• "Objects in your mirror are closer than they appear." - John Edwards campaign slogan
in the 2004 primaries when he was still running for president.
• "Screw yourself." - IKEA, 2004, Norway. External link: [1]
(http://www.ikea.no/ms/no_NO/aktivitet/screw_yourself.html)
• "Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't." - Peter Paul Mounds, 1953,
Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample
• "What we want is Watney's." - Watney's

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Reach out and touch someone. - AT&T

Please don't squeeze the Charmin - Charmin

Where do you want to go today? - Microsoft

Life's Good - LG

Neighbor's envy, owner's pride - Onida TV in India

Snap, Crackle, Pop - Rice Krispies

The Real Thing - Coca-Cola

Where's the beef? - Wendy's

Plop, plop; fizz, fizz; oh, what a relief it is. - Alka Seltzer

Sharp Minds, Sharp Products - Sharp

Finger lickin' good. - Kentucky Fried Chicken

Connecting people. - Nokia

He keeps going and going and going. - Energizer Batteries

Do you... Yahoo!? - Yahoo!

Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia – Wikipedia

Because you’re worth it. - L'Oreal

Inspired Living - Haier

Let's Make Things Better - Philips

Hello Moto - Motorola

Nicorette, Nicorette, you can beat the cigarette - Nicorette


It's everywhere you want to be - VISA

We make money the old-fashioned way....We earn it - Smith Barney

Everything is easier on a Mac - Apple Computer

Welcome to the World Wide Wow - AOL (play on World Wide Web)

Nothing Runs Like A Deere - Deere&Company

Live unböring - Ikea

The ultimate driving machine. - BMW

Live in your world, play in ours. - Sony Playstation and Playstation 2 gaming
consoles

When it absolutely, positively has to be there overnight. - Federal Express

Get N or get out. - Nintendo 64

See what the future has in store. - Future Shop

Easy as Dell - Dell Computer

Go further with Shell - Shell Oil

Once you pop, you can't stop. - Pringles

Push Button Publishing - Blogger.com

How do you spell relief? - Rolaids

We're number two; we try harder. - Avis Rental Cars

Is it live, or is it Memorex? - Memorex

The World's Online Market Place - eBay

Wherever you go, our network follows - Hutch Cellular India

Consider IT Done - Syntel

Nothin' says lovin' like something from the oven. - Pillsbury

No battery is stronger longer. - Duracell Batteries

High Performance, Delivered - Accenture

Intel inside - Intel

Making Tomorrow Better - ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Commission, India)
Let your fingers do the walking. - Yellow Pages

1- AT&T: "Reach Out and Touch Someone"


2- Nike: "Just Do It"
3- AllState: "You're in Good Hands"
4- Geico: "Fifteen minutes could save you 15% or more."
5- Almond Joy/Mounds: "Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't."
6- Maxwell House: "Good to the Last Drop"
7- Wheaties: "Breakfast of Champions"
8- Campbell's Soup: "M'm! M'm! Good!"
9- Kellogg's Rice Crispies: "Snap! Crackle! Pop!"
10- "Got Milk?" By the Milk Campaign
11-Line:"Your flexible friend." Brand: Access
12-"We try harder." Avis
13-"Go to work on an egg." Egg Marketing Board
14- "Guinness is good for you." Guinness
15- "Don't be vague. Ask for Haig." Haig Scotch Whisky
16 - "Happiness is a cigar called Hamlet." Hamlet
17- "Heineken refreshes the parts other beers cannot reach." Heineken
18- "Beanz Meanz Heinz." Heinz
19- "It is. Are you?" The Independent
20- "Have it your way." Burger King
21- "Think small." Volkswagen
22- "The ultimate driving machine." BMW
23- "When you got it, flaunt it." Braniff Airlines
24- "The antidote for civilization." Club Med
25- "When it absolutely, positively has to be there overnight." Federal Express
26- "No FT, no comment." Financial Times
27- "Finger lickin' good." KFC
28- "Because I'm worth it." L'Oréal
29- "You'll wonder where the yellow went when you brush your teeth with
Pepsodent." Pepsodent
30- "All the news that's fit to print." The New York Times
31- "Let your fingers do the walking." Yellow Pages
32- Life's Good – LG
33- “Vorsprung durch technik.” Audi
34- “Ah, Bisto!” Bisto
35- “The quicker picker-upper.” Bounty
36- “A little dab'll do ya.” Brylcreem
37- “Have it your way.” Burger King
38- “Where do you want to go today?” Microsoft
39 - “It's Miller time!” Miller
40 - “It's everywhere you want to be.” Visa
41- “Drivers wanted.” Volkswagen
42- "You can be sure of Shell." Shell Oil
43- "It's a Skoda. Honest. " Skoda
44 - "All the news that's fit to print." The New York Times
44- "Which twin has the Toni?" Toni
45- "Fly the friendly skies." United Airlines
46- "Be all you can be." US Army
47- "Give us 20 minutes and we'll give you the world." WINS Radio, New York
48- "Preparing to be a beautiful lady." Pear's Soap
49- "Merrill Lynch is bullish on America." Merrill Lynch
50 "Capitalist tool." Forbes
51- "Say it with flowers" FTD (Interflora)
52- "When you care enough to send the very best" Hallmark
53- "Nothing runs like a Deere" John Deere
54- "I'd walk a mile for a Camel." Camel
55- "M'm! M'm! Good!" Campbell's Soup
56- "Probably the best beer in the world." Carlsberg
57- "The Citi never sleeps." Citibank
58- "The antidote for civilization." Club Med
59- "When it absolutely, positively has to be there overnight." Federal Express
60- "Capitalist tool." Forbes
61- "Say it with flowers" FTD (Interflora)
62- "Schhh...You-Know-Who." Schweppes
63- "The Uncola." Seven Up/7 Up
64- "Raise your hand if you're sure." Sure
65- "Don't just book it. Thomas Cook it." Thomas Cook
66 - "It takes a licking and keeps on ticking." Timex
67 - "The car in front is a Toyota." Toyota
68- "We drink all we can. The rest we sell." Brand: Utica Club
69- "What we want is Watney's." Watney's
70- "The future's bright. The future's Orange." Orange
71 -"Preparing to be a beautiful lady." Pear's Soap
72 - "Lipsmackin' thirstquenchin' acetastin' motivatin' goodbuzzin' cooltalkin'
highwalkin' fastlivin' evergivin' coolfizzin' Pepsi." Brand: Pepsi Cola
73 - "Have a break. Have a Kit-Kat." Brand: Kit Kat
74 - "Safety fast." MG
75- "A diamond is forever." De Beers Consolidated
76 - "Put a tiger in your tank." Esso
77- "Capitalist tool." Forbes
78 - "The Citi never sleeps." Citibank
79- "The pause that refreshes." Coca-Cola
80 - "Your flexible friend." Access
81- "Think different." Apple Macintosh
82 - "The ultimate driving machine." BMW
83 - "The world's favourite airline." British Airways
84- "It's good to talk." British Telecom/BT
85 - "A little dab'll do ya." Brylcreem