Can You Name the '90s Product from the Slogan?

By: Heather Cahill
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About This Quiz

When you think '90s, what products come to mind? Maybe you think of all the best toys and gadgets, from the Skip-It to the Walkman. Or do you think of the snacks or clothing brands that were popular at the time? Regardless of the type of product, there's a good chance that it had an iconic slogan attached to it. Can you think of any?

Do you know which product connects you with other people? Can you name the product that boasts its counter? Do you know what product asked you if you had any milk? If that's too easy, what about the product that would tell you that "the juice is loose"? Some slogans are simple, others are longer, but one thing they all have in common is that they're really catchy!

Do you know which product uses the slogan, "Do the dew"? What product is "Dangerously Cheesy"? What uses the slogan "Once you pop, you can't stop"? Most slogans are fun descriptions of the product, making it a bit easier to pick the right product!

If you're a marketing genius or you just have a good memory of the decade, you'll ace this quiz. Take the quiz and see if you're an expert on '90s slogans!

Which product used this slogan: "Got Milk?"

This slogan was used by the California Milk Processor Board to promote drinking milk. You may remember seeing this slogan in magazine ads featuring celebrities dawning a milk mustache.

Which product used this slogan: "Once you pop, you can't stop."

Pringles used this slogan in the mid-'90s. The commercial that featured the slogan was musically oriented and played off the cylinder that the chips come in.

Which product used this slogan: "Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman."

Secret Deodorant used this slogan in the '90s. It was even used before the '90s as it started in the '70s and it was used in many commercials at the time.

Which product used this slogan: "Obey your thirst."

Sprite used this slogan in the late 1990s. The commercials featured celebrities like the Lost Boyz and you could even find a few ads using the slogan in magazines.

Which of the following used this slogan: "I want my baby back ribs."

Chili's used this slogan which was part of a jingle in their '90s advertising. It was used to promote their baby back ribs and became an extremely memorable line.

Which product used this slogan: "I guarantee, it's the craziest trap you'll ever see."

This slogan was used for the game Mouse Trap, where you build on the board in order to trap the mice. It was part of the jingle in the game's commercial.

Which of the following used this slogan: "I'm a big kid now."

Huggies used this slogan for their diapers in the 1990s and it is still used today. The slogan was perfect for parents of children who were growing into the age of learning about potty training.

Which product used the slogan "Keeps going, and going, and going..."?

The slogan was used for Energizer Batteries to describe their power and to promote how long lasting they are. You may remember the Energizer Bunny playing his drums in the commercials!

Which of the following used this slogan: "Just do it."

Nike used this slogan and continues to use it today. It is a slogan used for the brand as a whole which is known for its apparel like shoes and clothes that are made for athletic people.

Which product used this slogan: "Double your pleasure, double your fun."

Doublemint used this slogan which played off of the brand name for the gum. The slogan was even used earlier than the '90s starting in 1986.

Which of the following used this slogan: "I've fallen and I can't get up."

Life Alert used this slogan, which was said by a woman that had fallen to show the importance of the product. The device is meant to help and save the lives of the elderly, who may be more prone to injuries or illness. The slogan was also a big hit among comedians.

Which of the following used this slogan: "Get your burger's worth."

Burger King used this slogan in the '90s to advertise their hamburgers. The commercials typically featured close up shots of a hamburger to show all of the ingredients and flavor.

Which of the following used this slogan: "You've Got Mail!"

This was a slogan used for AOL and it was also used to tell you that you also had a new message/email. It is one of the most memorable aspects of the program.

Which product used this slogan: "Dangerously cheesy."

Cheetos used this slogan in the late 1990s which is still used sometimes today. In the commercials, the slogan was often found alongside the mascot, Chester Cheetah.

Which of the following used this slogan: "Where a kid, can be a kid."

Chuck E. Cheese used this slogan in it's 1990s advertising. Did you know that the mascot for the franchise shares the same name as the restaurant?

Which product used this slogan: "Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids!"

Trix used this slogan in their marketing in '90s of their cereal. Did you know that the mascot for the cereal is a rabbit called the Trix Rabbit?

Which of the following used this slogan: "Connecting People."

Nokia used this slogan starting in the 1990s. They used it at a time where cellphones were becoming more popular and common, making the slogan perfect for the brand.

Which of the following used this slogan: "You can eat great, even late."

Wendy's used this slogan in the late 1990s and continued to use it into the 2000s. It emphasized that Wendy's was open quite late, allowing you to eat when you wanted to.

Which product used this slogan: "The juice is loose."

Starburst used this slogan in their ads throughout the 1990s. You might remember seeing the slogan used in ads that take place in a garage and a museum.

Which product used this slogan: "Just for the taste of it."

Diet Coke used this slogan in the '90s. The slogan was featured in a few commercials and eventually was reused in the company's advertising in the 2000s.

Which product used this slogan: "I wanna be like Mike."

Gatorade used this slogan in the '90s. The commercials that featured the slogan also featured Michael Jordan, who was the inspiration behind it.

Which product used this slogan: "The very best thing of all, there's a counter on this ball!"

Skip-It used this slogan in its commercials. It was a toy that you spun around your foot while jumping over it as it counted how many times you successfully made it over.

Which of the following used this slogan: "First in home improvement."

The Home Depot first used this slogan in the late 1990s. Did you know that the company has a mascot who is named Homer D. Poe?

Which of the following used this slogan: "It's finger-licking good."

KFC used this tagline which has roots from even before the 1990s. The slogan is so popular that you can still hear it today in KFC ads.

Which of the following used this slogan: "Think different."

This was the slogan Apple used in the late 1990s. The company at this time also still used its famous colorful logo that has now changed to white.

Which product used this slogan: "Gimme a break."

Kit-Kat used the slogan in the 1990s as it was part of their jingles. The slogan worked well with the Kit-Kat which could break in half to share with another person.

Which product used this slogan: "Now you're playing with power. SUPER POWER!"

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System was released in 1990 and Nintendo used this slogan in its marketing. Did you know that the SNES was known as the Super Famicon in Japan and even had physical differences?

Which of the following used this slogan: "What a sandwich."

Subway used this for a short time during the 1990s. The slogan was used to communicate just how tasty Subway's sandwiches really were.

Which product used this slogan: "Do the dew."

Mountain Dew used this slogan in the '90s and they continue to use it today. The drink is promoted as a refreshing drink that can fuel you in sports and athleticism.

Which product used the slogan "We eat what we like"?

Apple Jacks used this slogan in the 1990s. Did you know that Apple Jacks don't actually taste like apple, but instead they taste like cinnamon?

Which product used the slogan "Generation Next"?

Pepsi used this slogan in the '90s alongside the group that became the face of the brand, The Spice Girls. The commercials featured the Spice Girls with the Pepsi logo on their hands.

Which of the following used this slogan: "Wassup?"

Budweiser used this slogan in the '90s in commercials for the beer. The slogan was used to market the drink to a younger crowd using slang.

Which product used this slogan: "Just Imagine."

LEGO used this slogan in their commercials. The slogan captures the essence of LEGO, as you can create anything imaginable with the blocks, making the possibilities endless.

Which of the following used this slogan: "Maybe she's born with it. Maybe it's Maybelline."

Maybelline used this slogan throughout the '90s and it can still be heard in their ads today. The slogan was used to communicate how their products worked so well that you couldn't tell if someone was wearing them or not.

Which of the following used this slogan: "Did somebody say McDonald's?"

McDonald's used this slogan in the 1990s as it was featured in many commercials. Although it was a popular tagline, the new "I'm lovin' it" has proven to be very effective.

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