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    What is your favorite advertising slogan of the past 100 years?

    1918 to 2018. Hundreds, if not thousands, of clever metaphoric, pun based, rhyme inspired possibilities

    What are your choices, GRM?
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    "Brylcreem, a little dab'll do ya"

    Of course those were the days when I had enough hair to put up a pretty good pompadour.

    I also liked the Burma-Shave signs along the roads, although except for the last sign that always said "Burma Shave," those weren't slogans per se.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burma-Shave

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    Didn't there used to be a "Like" button ?
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    I don't know if this is my favorite, but it is the one that most often crosses my mind:

    ♫ Some times you feel like a nut ... ♫

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    Good grief ! There are so many.
    The late Clara Peller and "Where's the beef?"
    Maxwell House - "Good to the last drop."
    Morton Salt - "When it rains, it pours."

    Etc., etc., etc.
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    "I like Ike!"

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    If I'm being serious, I have to say I really like how they marketed diamonds back in the day and made them the go-to stones with "A Diamond is Forever" campaign. Quite genious.

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