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Brand Logos Quiz #5

Can you identify these brands based on their logos?
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Last updated: May 22, 2019
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level 63
Jul 2, 2016
I'm enjoying these. How many more will come?
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level 57
Jul 2, 2016
+1 I hope some more will as well :)
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level 57
Jul 2, 2016
It would be amazing (if possible) if the logos could be filled in once guessed.
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level 71
Jul 3, 2016
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level ∞
Jul 4, 2016
Everything's possible, but the amount of work needed to do that is prohibitive.
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level 84
Jul 3, 2016
The logo of Mr. Clean in Spain is called Don Limpio
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level 63
Jul 4, 2016
Key word: Spain.
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level 60
Mar 7, 2017
In German: Meister Proper. Had no idea the original was called Mr. Clean. But P&G is American so why would anyone waste time with different language type-ins.
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level 48
Sep 2, 2016
You accept typing it in both ways so that's good but just to fill you in, the company is spelled "Under Armour" Enjoying these logo quizzes :) Thanks
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level 67
Jan 12, 2018
This is true. Even though it's an American company, it's spelled the British way. Source: I live in Baltimore.
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level ∞
May 22, 2019
Fixed
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level 35
Sep 2, 2016
I think Skype and Qantas should be removed. Skype because they have stupid policies, and Qantas because Australia is full of deadly, wild animals.
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level 29
Sep 14, 2016
Yeah? Nike's overrated. No one uses Yahoo. Android is terrible. Dunkin Donuts is for fat Americans. Dominos is awful. Fast food pizza, I shouldn't have to say more. Rolex is for rich old men. Skype simply doesn't work. (stupid policies > stupid people) Tostitos: we need to build a wall and make 'em pay for it. (I don't endorse that BS, just making a point) All logos should be removed if we're going off people's opinions of what doesn't meet their "standards".
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level 36
Dec 6, 2016
I like dominos....
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level 38
Jun 9, 2018
(we have Dominos in Australia and it's better than any of the other pizza companies by far tbh) America is full of fat people. Can we remove the American fast food/general American company logos then?
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level 60
Dec 6, 2016
I think ChocolateMoose's comment was funny and cute and harmless humour. Unlike catinflight.
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level 39
Dec 16, 2016
I think Rolex should be removed because I can't afford it ;-)
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level 79
Sep 23, 2016
Ugh, kept typing "tostidos". A bit of spelling leniency would be great, especially since they sound phonetically identical.
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level 31
Dec 7, 2016
Agreed, I kept on doing that.
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level 57
Apr 16, 2019
Where are you from that tostitos would be pronounced the same way as tostidos? To me (manc/ somerset accent) they are two very distinct sounds
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level ∞
May 22, 2019
Tostidos will work now.
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level 21
Sep 29, 2016
Cool Quiz!
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level 60
Dec 6, 2016
Somebody's been buying running shoes this month!
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level 53
Dec 6, 2016
Always angry to see that kind of quiz in this website... we love culture, not branding
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level 75
Dec 6, 2016
It's possible to enjoy both. These companies provide jobs for a lot of people.
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level 79
Dec 7, 2016
Angry? Brands make you angry?

And your comment would have been more accurate as "I love MY culture".
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level 49
Oct 25, 2017
Well don't do the quiz then.
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level 66
Dec 6, 2016
Anyone else see the polar bear and think "Glacier Mints"? I sometimes feel I'm too British for some of these quizzes :')
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level 71
Oct 27, 2017
Me too!
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level 42
Dec 6, 2016
my iTunes is purple- that one is my music but apart from that- GREAT QUIZ
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level 47
Dec 6, 2016
"What would you do for a Klondike bar?" (Sorry, couldn't resist.)
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level 67
Dec 7, 2016
Mr. Clean is not a very good one, because the brand changes it's name in every state. It's called Flash in the UK, Mr. Proper (or some variation of it) in Europe, Maestro Limpio in South America,... There are other ones that are a little unfair, because the only serve one or two countries (such as Arby's). I think in those kind of tests an effort should be made to include only globally recognized brands.
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level 79
Dec 7, 2016
Go ahead and make one then.
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level 66
Dec 13, 2016
Isn't there about a septuagintillion apps that do this already? It's amazing they're all outdone by one quiz on some website called Jetpunk.
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level 57
Dec 30, 2016
I feel like I'd do far better than the my 15/20 if I lived in the US.
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level 67
Dec 3, 2017
Arby's? A fast food chain with no presence outside North America. Brilliant. That question translates as "name this thing you have never seen before."
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level 15
Dec 6, 2017
What would you do for a Klondike Bar?
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level 43
Mar 2, 2019
Dunkin Donuts should be Dunkin/Dunkin' now, although that specific logo is DD so perhaps it is fine to leave it the same. Maybe allow Dunkin as an answer?
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level 68
Apr 14, 2019
They are every 30 feet and directly across the street from each other in New England. I have yet to see a sign that says just Dunkin'.
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level 18
Jun 12, 2019
I wish I was borned as American :v
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