Quiz about Popular Slogans 2
Quiz about Popular Slogans 2

Popular Slogans 2 Trivia Quiz


The following 10 questions are agency slogans, some old, some current. Take your best shot at them.

A multiple-choice quiz by Kelli283. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
Kelli283
Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
208,204
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
7 / 10
Plays
7332
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1. This shampoo/conditioner brand used two different females to sing in two different commercials in early 2005. One features Ashanti, the other encourages you to "rock your senses." Name that brand. Hint

Pantene Pro V
Clairol Herbal Essences
Suave
Aussie

2. "Good to the last drop." This one is a classic. It can actually be traced to back to 1915. Hint

Starbuck's
Folger's
Maxwell House
Chase & Sanborn

3. This little jingle from 2004 gets stuck in my head all the time.

"Hey little fella, gotta change your touch, what you thought was enough, might be too much, see, it's more cushiony than ever before, with ___ , less is more, when we say less is more, less is more, it's better than the regular rippled brand for sure. Cha Cha Cha..." who?
Hint

Scott
Charmin
Quilted Northern
Angel Soft

4. "Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onion, on a sesame seed bun." This little ditty was introduced in 1975. What burger are they describing? Hint

Double Whopper
Wendy's Classic Single
Sonic Burger
Big Mac

5. This is the "quilted, quicker, picker-upper." From my research, that slogan started in 1971, and has been used ever since for this brand of paper towels. Hint

Brawny
Bounty
Viva
Scott Towels

6. "Give me a break, give me a break... Break me off a piece of that" what? (Come on, you remember seeing this one in the 90's don't you?) Hint

Snickers
Caramello
Tree Branch
Kit Kat Bar

7. Give me the Mounds/Almond Joy catchphrase that was first introduced in 1953, and is still being used in the 2000s. Hint

Two for me, none for you!
Good till the last bite.
Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't.
Mmm... coconut

8. What credit card is "Everywhere you want to be?" This slogan started in 1988 and is still used in the 2000s. Hint

MasterCard
American Express
Discover
Visa

9. In 1967, this brand of soda declared itself "The Uncola." Hint

Sprite
Sierra Mist
Fresca
7-Up

10. "All the news that's fit to print." This is the slogan for The Wall Street Journal. True or false?

True
False


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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. This shampoo/conditioner brand used two different females to sing in two different commercials in early 2005. One features Ashanti, the other encourages you to "rock your senses." Name that brand.

Answer: Clairol Herbal Essences

Jadyn Maria sings her song "Rock You Senseless" in the catchy commercials.
2. "Good to the last drop." This one is a classic. It can actually be traced to back to 1915.

Answer: Maxwell House

In the "old days," Maxwell house commercials started with a coffee pot popping with hot coffee in the little see-through lid handle, signaling it's ready.
3. This little jingle from 2004 gets stuck in my head all the time. "Hey little fella, gotta change your touch, what you thought was enough, might be too much, see, it's more cushiony than ever before, with ___ , less is more, when we say less is more, less is more, it's better than the regular rippled brand for sure. Cha Cha Cha..." who?

Answer: Charmin

The bears in those commercials actually have names: Leonard and Molly are the parents, Dylan, Bill and Amy are the kids.
4. "Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onion, on a sesame seed bun." This little ditty was introduced in 1975. What burger are they describing?

Answer: Big Mac

Mmm.... I remember the classic McDonald's commercials with the talking McNuggets, Ronald, The Hamburglar, Grimace, Birdie, etc. Ahh, the good old days.
5. This is the "quilted, quicker, picker-upper." From my research, that slogan started in 1971, and has been used ever since for this brand of paper towels.

Answer: Bounty

How they make Bounty, straight from the FAQ's on their website, www.quickerpickerupper.com:

"We make Bounty from trees that are processed into pulpwood. Long fibers from softwood trees, such as pine and spruce, are used. After debarking, the pulpwood is turned into chips that are cooked. The natural "glue" which holds the fibers together is removed, leaving a fibrous pulp mixture. The pulp goes through cleaners and screens and is bleached to make it absorbent. The pulp then goes through a high-speed paper machine. A translucent substance called resin is added to the mixture to strengthen the paper when it is wet. The water is removed and the fibers bond to form sheets of paper. Two layers of paper are combined with a thin layer of adhesive and embossed to form many tiny air pockets that rapidly attract moisture. Diamond shapes are pressed into the paper to give it a quilted pattern that holds water. Designs made with water-based printing inks are added to some Bounty rolls."
6. "Give me a break, give me a break... Break me off a piece of that" what? (Come on, you remember seeing this one in the 90's don't you?)

Answer: Kit Kat Bar

In the United States, Kit Kat was manufactured by a division of Hersheys. It was created by Rowntree's of York, England, in the 1930s, and was originally called "Rowntree's Chocolate Crisp".
7. Give me the Mounds/Almond Joy catchphrase that was first introduced in 1953, and is still being used in the 2000s.

Answer: Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't.

When Mounds was first introduced in 1921 it was sold for 5 cents. Then in 1946 Almond Joy was introduced, selling for 10 cents.
8. What credit card is "Everywhere you want to be?" This slogan started in 1988 and is still used in the 2000s.

Answer: Visa

In 1976, BankAmericard changed its name to Visa, a simple and memorable name with international appeal.
9. In 1967, this brand of soda declared itself "The Uncola."

Answer: 7-Up

C.L. Grigg tested 11 different formulas of lemon-flavored drinks for more than 2 years before settling on one that was "refreshing and thirst-quenching."
10. "All the news that's fit to print." This is the slogan for The Wall Street Journal. True or false?

Answer: False

The New York Times catchphrased that one in 1896.
Source: Author Kelli283

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