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Brands that are "The" Something

Based on the slogan, guess the brand.
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First submittedDecember 29, 2010
Last updatedNovember 13, 2018
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Slogan
Brand
The king of beers
Budweiser
The home of the Whopper
Burger King
The breakfast of champions
Wheaties
The banquet beer
Coors
The quicker picker-upper
Bounty
The other white meat
Pork
The freshmaker
Mentos
The ultimate driving machine
BMW
The pause that refreshes
Coca-Cola
The uncola
7-Up
The best a man can get
Gillette
Slogan
Brand
The happiest place on Earth
Disneyland
The champagne of beers
Miller High Life
The night-time sniffling, sneezing...
Nyquil
The San Francisco treat
Rice-a-Roni
The toughest job you'll ever love
Peace Corps
The world on time
Fedex
The taste of a new generation
Pepsi
The best part of waking up
Folgers
The document company
Xerox
The world's online market place
eBay
The few, the proud …
U.S. Marines
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level 76
Sep 18, 2013
got everything except Coke, Peace Corps and FedEx. Maybe I haven't been in the country in so long that I hadn't heard those. I think this is definitely one of those quizzes that is almost impossible for anyone who is not American.
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level 61
Sep 18, 2013
Is that a problem? Why do people complain when a quiz is "too American?" Isn't this an American web site? I think they do a pretty good job at catering to those in other countries, considering that this is an American site.
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level 61
Sep 18, 2013
The term "American" commonly refers to someone from the USA. I realize that North and South America are all part of the "Americas." However, if you read kalbahamut's comment then you would know that I was referring to the USA.
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level 46
Jun 29, 2014
In the English language the term "American" is used as a demonym for the United States, but in the Spanish language, the term used for a resident of the US is "estadounidense". Its a language barrier problem, and the term used is most certainly correct.
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level 76
Jan 2, 2016
Did I say it was a problem? It was an observation. Take your Midol.
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level 69
Sep 21, 2016
Pretty amusing that someone thought Kalbahamut was actually complaining about a quiz being too American. As for it being near impossible for a non-American - not wholly true. I managed well enough - a few of these slogans are also used in Australia. That said, there were definitely some I wouldn't have gotten without spending time in the US.
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level 47
Oct 11, 2018
And how is anyone meant to know this is an american website? Jeez louise, surely only an american would say that. For me a website is a website
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level 54
Dec 19, 2018
Why do people have to COMPLAIN about comments like this... He only states that it is probably hard for people that arent from america. You are the only one that were complaining there, he was just stating a fact. Quizzes like this are hard when you are not from the US plain and simple.
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level 75
Jan 3, 2016
I was with you until that last crack. I know you meant it as a joke but it is insulting to women.
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level 55
Jan 5, 2016
Ugh, I agree, that was out of line. Nothing like an easy menstruation joke to prove you've mastered the comedic arts, not to mention the entire realm of known knowledge.
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level 39
Jan 26, 2016
Yes, the sort of thing an adolescent would say.
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level 76
Jan 28, 2016
HelenO, your juvenile, mean-spirited and hypocritical rantings elsewhere on the site leave your credentials for measuring the maturity level of others' comments tenuous at best.
ander, the comment is not intended to insult anybody and any offense taken is the responsibility of the recipient who felt offended.
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level 75
Jan 16, 2017
Kalbahamut, I really do enjoy and learn from your comments and discussions, - even the times I disagree with you, - but I still think this time you are wrong. I believe you truly don't understand why. The Midol thing is too much of a cliche put-down against women to let it pass unchallenged. Midol is a female-only medication and your remark can come off as, "Instead of arguing with a man you should be ladylike, submissive, and non-opinionated, and the only reason you are acting this way must be because it's your 'time of the month'." Most of the women I know consider that cliche as tantamount to being called a b****. I hope you will choose a different comeback in the future.
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level 33
Sep 18, 2013
Totally got Peace Corps (I remember those commercials as a kid), but missed eBay ... suddenly my age is showing.
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level 32
Sep 18, 2013
I initally read "Bands that are "The" Something". Now I'm disappointed :-/
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level 32
Sep 18, 2013
But I just found a bunch of good Band quizzes. Never mind.
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level 56
Jan 4, 2016
I did the same thing haha.
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level 58
Jan 4, 2016
ditto
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level 76
Jan 16, 2014
I'm not sure Pork is a brand...
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level 71
May 20, 2014
ditto
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level 46
May 1, 2014
Got 12 as an Australian. Burger King, Pork, Disneyland, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, eBay, Gillette, BMW and Mentos have all travelled, and American beers are easy to guess. Could you accept Weet-bix for breakfast of champions? Same marketing campaign under that name down here.
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level 55
Jun 4, 2014
How about accepting US Marine Corps?
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level 75
Jan 3, 2016
Although BMW has an American subsidiary, I wouldn't consider it a US brand. (The title on the previous page added US in parentheses.)
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level 11
Mar 26, 2016
For "the few, the proud ..." I typed the emotional ahaha
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level 48
Aug 22, 2016
when it said the best a man can get I tried Colette. Oh Louis
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level 75
Jan 16, 2017
I tried US Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Navy Seals, Green Berets, and then decided I was totally in the wrong ballpark. How did I forget Marines???
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level 67
Jan 10, 2018
Tricky quiz for us non Americans. A few slogans on here that we don't have in Britain, a products we have under different names and a few that I have no idea what the heck they are, Folgers and Rice-a-roni. Ohh and surprisngly enough the US Marines don't advertise much in Britain. Lol
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level 54
Dec 19, 2018
I actually got 7 :O :O I am baffled !!!For minutes I thought it would be none, then I got pepsi and gillete. Then a few by random guessing, like I only know one american beer and there are three beer questions...so i got a hit. (btw I tried duffman for the first question haha) I totally guessed ebay, it hink I tried cola for the picker upper, random hit, and the uncola, well what is sort of in the genre but not cola, so an educated guess. And mentos, it sort of rang a bell. So only KNEW 2 or 3