Quiz: Can You Name the '80s Product From the Slogan?
Can You Name the '80s Product From the Slogan?
By: Amanda Monell
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About This Quiz

Many of us would love to drive a Delorean (with functioning flux capacitor) back to the 1980s, because it felt like things were a lot simpler back then. The Internet was only available to government agencies, using a telephone (a cordless one if you were lucky) was the best way to get a hold of friends and family, and going out into the summer sun was encouraged. Compared to today, there was a wide-eyed innocence that urged people to explore new possibilities.

With such creative energy flowing around the 1980s, it should be no surprise that innovations were popping up everywhere. Are you a gamer? Nintendo's main man Mario (who was originally named Jumpman) made his first appearance, not in his franchise, but in Donkey Kong, where he was yet again rescuing damsels in distress. Video game consoles became a household must have, and many of the games had immersive storylines, creating the foundations of today's favorite gaming titles. 

Music lovers got a treat as well: they could abandon their 8-track and cassette tapes in favor of compact discs, which were harder to break and provided clearer audio quality. We've gathered some of the most memorable products from the 1980s along with their commercial slogans. Do you think you can match them up correctly? One way to find out and that's to put on your favorite jam and take this quiz.

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Which pizza franchise urged diners to "Avoid the Noid"?
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Which drink's slogan was "I believe in ______ ______ because I believe in me."?
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Which fast food chain had an ad campaign asking their competition "where's the beef" in their burgers?
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Which video game console advertised that when used, you would be "Playing with Power"?
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Which fast food chain touted their newest packaging innovation by telling their consumers "We Found a Way to Keep the Lettuce and Tomato Cool and the Quarter Pound of Beef Hot"?
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Which soda had the slogan "Can't beat the feeling!" in the late 1980s?
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Which sports drink called itself a "thirst aid"?
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Which action figure called itself "A Real American Hero"?
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Which doll marketed prided itself as being "Truly Outrageous"?
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This soft drink encouraged consumers to "Dew It Country Cool." What drink was it?
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Which trashbag urged users not to "Don't send a Wimpy bag to do a ____ job."?
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Which soda brand boasted that it was "the choice of a new generation"?
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In the 1980s, hairspray was essential to anyone's look. Which brand encouraged others to "feel the difference"?
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Which watch brand wanted consumers to "switch to ____"?
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Which brand's jeans's symbol was a horse's head and advertised a "_______ look"?
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Which deodorant advertised that it was "strong enough for a man...but made for a woman"?
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Which bath product encouraged you to "lose yourself in luxury"?
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This fragrance reminded brides that it was their "moment to be beautiful." Which one was it?
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Which breakfast cereal was known as a "honey of an o"?
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Which sewer-dwelling superheroes are the "Heroes in a Half Shell"?
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Which of these brands featured Fred the Baker, who proclaimed that it was "Time to make the donuts"?
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Which battery features a pink bunny that "keeps going and going"?
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Which brand of mustard is considered "one of life's finer pleasures"?
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Which video tape brand asked "is it live or is it ______"?
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Which pizza was known for "makin' it great"?
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Which soap flaunted that it was "99 44/100% pure"?
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What soap bar didn't want users to "don't cope without it"?
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Which wine cooler told their drinkers that "this is where the fun starts"?
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Which candy bragged that it had "big big chocolate"?
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What was one of the candy bars understood that "sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't"?
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Which cereal promoted that its two main ingredients were "So happy together"?
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Which candy encouraged eating it to "taste the rainbow!"?
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Which beer featured two different teams contesting whether it "tasted great" or was "less filling"?
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