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Brand Logos Quiz #7

Can you identify these brands based on their logos?
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First submittedMay 24, 2019
Last updatedMay 24, 2019
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+3
level 67
May 24, 2019
The New York Times clue could be the Daily Telegraph
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level ∞
May 24, 2019
Not exactly the same, but I'll allow it.
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level 66
May 24, 2019
Accept "amex" for American Express?
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level ∞
May 24, 2019
Fixed
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level 73
May 24, 2019
Accept Kellogg's with one G/L?
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level 61
Sep 6, 2019
Right?? I couldn't figure out why it wouldn't take my answer. Two Gs. That's why.
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level 83
Sep 6, 2019
Likewise.
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level 58
Sep 6, 2019
agreed.
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level 65
May 25, 2019
LOL Kept trying *Roman Meal* bread for the Roman soldier logo! Should have known American Express!
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level 32
Sep 8, 2019
I was guessing Trojan.
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level 68
May 28, 2019
Please accept Kellogs (without the apostrophe) Please accept Reeses (without the apostrophe)
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level ∞
May 28, 2019
Apostrophes (and other punctuation) never matter on JetPunk.
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level 27
Jun 5, 2019
please accept it with one g or l
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level 42
Sep 7, 2019
Isn't the point of quizzes that you're supposed to get the right answer? If you don't get it right, you learn something when you see what's correct.
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level 67
Jun 3, 2019
Who the hell are Morton's? I assume they are another American company who havent made it over the pond.
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level 53
Jun 11, 2019
Can't speak to whether they've made it over the pond or not but yeah they're the go-to salt makers in America, you can find them in pretty much every kitchen across the country
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level 21
Jun 11, 2019
Morton's..."When it rains, it pours"
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level 77
Jun 30, 2019
Morton's is presently a subsidiary of a German mining company, but got its start as an American salt company in the 1840s. It has operations in the United States, Canada, and the Bahamas. Not sure if it's sold anywhere else. The Morton salt girl was created for an advertising campaign from 1914. According to one magazine article from 1989 it was one of the top 10 most recognized symbols in the United States that year. I think it would probably be considerably lower on the list if they redid the survey today.
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level 77
Jun 30, 2019
You make this same complaint on every one of these quizzes.
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level 35
Sep 11, 2019
@kalbahamut hence the obsession with salt
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level 29
Aug 7, 2019
Salt company for your information.
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level 79
Jun 11, 2019
I would imagine you have to be in a very specific age range to be familiar with the AIM logo.
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level 57
Jun 12, 2019
maybe ease up on the Kellogg's spelling? i forgot it had two g's and when i didn't get it right i figured it was something else.
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level 32
Jul 21, 2019
So funny how it looks like YT is running away to the safety of PayPal and AOL is running to catch it.
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level 79
Sep 6, 2019
Am I the only one who got the Monopoly man confused with the Pringle’s head?
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level 65
Sep 6, 2019
Awww... AOL Instant Messenger, those were the days...
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level 48
Sep 6, 2019
Even once it was revealed I still have no idea what "Morton's" is...I was guessing some sort of flour company (to go with the Hansel and Gretel imagery).
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level 68
Sep 6, 2019
The leading producer and marketer of salt for all purposes in the U.S.
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level 67
Sep 6, 2019
The logo is tied to their slogan: "When it rains, it pours." The idea--and major selling point when both were created in 1914--was that Morton added a chemical to keep their salt from clumping up in high humidity. Thus, even when it was raining, their salt would pour freely.
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level 66
Sep 6, 2019
The logo quizzes are among my favorite.
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level 31
Sep 6, 2019
I boo your need for a double a 'g' at the end of kellogs
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level 42
Sep 7, 2019
Why? It's wrong.