True, the chances that a cow attacks you are rather slim, and any mascot on this list should probably provoke him quite a bit for a fight to start, but we shouldn't underestimate the true powers of the cow. You can still see the shape of its head in the logo. Who would’ve thought that the winner of it all, the one and only mascot that would win against any mascot in a fight,… He and the other elves’ sole purpose in life is to bake cookies, crackers and cones in their magic ovens in the Hollow Tree, which exists in an undisclosed location. His signature look? In 1877, Quaker Oats registered for the first trademark for a breakfast cereal with “a figure of a man in ‘Quaker garb.’” He wasn’t based on an actual person, though people think he looks like writer William Penn. Lucky Charms’ mascot Lucky the leprechaun debuted in 1964, and General Mills claims it was one of the most expensive advertising rollouts to date. He definitely looks scary when he frowns. His catchphrase is “Oh yeah!”. Although his body was supposed to be cuddly, he was just too odd for most of us. Clowns, in general, are no longer particularly associated with joy and happiness. The Pillsbury Doughboy debuted in 1965 and actually has a name: Poppin’ Fresh. The dog’s legendary four-word catchphrase was, “¡Yo quiero Taco Bell!”, If you’re a fan of beloved burger chain McDonald’s, you’re likely well-acquainted with its resident clown Ronald McDonald, who was created in 1963. He used to wear a big Q around his neck, but once the name changed, he started wearing the letter N. Betty Crocker’s quick and easy dinner line Helper, best known for its hamburger variety, employs a white glove with a face for a mascot. Simply the World’s Most Interesting Travel Site. No, we reckon Cuppy should just stick to selling iced drinks. In 1952, Tony the Tiger valiantly competed against three other critters — Katy the Kangaroo, Elmo the Elephant and Newt the Gnu — who were all vying to be the mascot for a favorite childhood breakfast, Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes. And then there are the cows — first seen in 1995 — which are usually shown holding the ad slogan, “Eat Mor Chikin.”, The logo for Little Caesars, a little Caesar, debuted on outdoor signage at the first franchise in Warren, Michigan, in 1962. He has a human body but the head of a toy clown. But there's a reason why this feline friend is in second place on the list. He has long legs, which he's free to use, and sporty shoes that he can use for running and kicking. Although he's sort of funny, he'd be no match in any fight with his singing and dancing. And we don’t like it. After modeling for the brand in her early years, she worked as a nurse until her death at age 90. Popular Quizzes Today. The Greatest Food Debates of Our Generation, Vintage Appetizer Recipes That Need to Come Back. He used to have a whole gang, including Grimace, a purple giant; and the Hamburglar, who wanted all the burgers to himself. This breakfast cereal star was born on Crunch Island, located in the Sea of Milk, where there are talking trees, crazy creatures and a mountain called Mt. The Sun-Maid Girl was real, and her name was Lorraine Collett Petersen. True, he has claws that could seriously harm anyone, but to be honest, has any panda ever attacked anyone? Wendy – Wendy’s. Although he has the right physique (compared to most mascots in this list), Colonel Sanders isn't a man who’d enter a fight willingly. Cinnamon Toast Crunch’s mascots are the Crazy Squares, which are the individual pieces of the cereal. Can you identify the following fast food mascots, or the restaurant which they represent? Nighttime mascot for the McDonald's fast food restaurant chain Mac Tonight is a fictional character used in the marketing for McDonald's restaurants during the mid-1980s. No one could possibly say no to the King! It was modeled after then-8-year-old Melinda “Wendy” Thomas. In 1952, Tony the Tiger valiantly competed against three other critters — Katy the … The first iteration of the Burger King was an unsuspecting fellow with a lopsided crown sitting atop his burger throne, cradling a soda. He also revealed his wife’s name is Cricket and they have one son together named Jack Jr. Although the mascot of Denny’s has had to endure a lot of rather embarrassing comments due to his similar appearance to a turd, he’s not to be messed with. Imagine a sword fight with this bad boy! They've got awesome strength in their back legs, and they can bite ferociously. The loveable striped wild cat won, obviously, and he’s been the cat’s meow ever since. The cheerful yellow insect didn’t have a name until 2000, when the brand ran a national contest to find it a name. When the chef discovered him and his incredible singing voice, he changed the name of his restaurant to Chuck E. Cheese, and Charles sang for families all night. Who would’ve thought that the winner of it all, the one and only mascot that would win against any mascot in a fight, is no one less than Burger King’s mascot King! The first voice actor for the character was Paul Frees, who’s also known for voicing Boris Badenov in “The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle.” Today, Poppin’ Fresh has starred in more than 600 ads for 50 products, and when you poke his belly, he goes “hoo hoo!”. You can instantly spot a Wendy’s a mile away, thanks to its mascot, the young girl … She was not modeled after a real person. He first appeared in a commercial on TV in 1961, and the narrator’s famous catchphrase, “Sorry, Charlie,” was born. Pregnancy and parenting news, given to you in a way nobody else has. Apparently, cows are more lethal annually than sharks! Although we'd say that a toga might not be the most advantageous outfit in a fight and his shoes may be a bit too loose and open, he'd absolutely intimidate the strongest of mascots. He lived to be 90 years old, and now he’s portrayed by a rotating cast of celebrity colonels, such as Ray Liotta, Sean Astin and Reba McEntire. The charming spokeselves have been with the brand from the beginning, when the breakfast food first hit shelves in 1928. Jack Box is the mascot for Jack in the Box. It’s big and round, shaped like a sideways hard-boiled egg. Its ghostly mascot goes by the name Boo Berry too. He’s depicted in the commercials as a hot-headed fellow who would pull his ears in annoyance, and to be honest, that's always freaked me out. Cows by themselves don’t look so impressive, but we all know by now that they have a dark side to them. In 1925, the Minnesota Valley Canning Company debuted the Green Giant, who was named after a large variety of pea. He can even take to the air with his wings or run with his agile legs. Waldo’s interpretation of Lucky’s famous catchphrase “They’re magically delicious,” was “ibbledebibbledelicious.” He lasted approximately a year before Lucky returned full time. The iconic growl-like tagline, “They’re GR-R-REAT!” was voiced by Thurl Ravenscroft, who died in 2005. Behind those smiling eyes lurks an enemy that'll defeat most mascots on this list. Ozumii Wizard has, and she is showing her anime drawings to the whole Internet! And Burger King’s ‘King’ is, besides its bizarre sensuality in some commercials, absolutely odd. Fast and agile and angry, no one—not even our number one on this list—would want to face Noid, the mascot of Domino’s Pizza. The dapper walking, talking nut wears a monocle and top hat and carries a cane. Or would he lose against the bubbly Jollibee Mascot? It was famous for spaghetti and meatballs. He was first played by Willard Scott, who also played Bozo the Clown for a TV station in Washington, D.C., and eventually became the weatherman on “Today.”. He’d definitely win in any fight. He was always trying to steal hamburgers from children and his friend Ronald McDonald — though he never actually got away with it. Who would’ve thought that? His name was Hector Boiardi, and he was born in Italy in 1897. Crunchmore, which is made out of Cap’n Crunch cereal. Charlie’s line was, “Tell ‘em, uh, Charlie sent ya,” in a smooth Brooklyn accent. Who would’ve ever thought that an oven mitten would be a suitable mascot for a sandwich bar! He was the one who’d steal milkshakes from the ‘good guys.’ Who'd do that?! Today, his legacy lives on through cans of ravioli and other canned pasta dishes. by pdigoe Plays Quiz not verified by Sporcle . If you look at a box today, you’ll find a handful of Crazy Squares looking at one another hungrily. Always attempting to steal (but often failing) to steal hamburgers, he wears a wide-brimmed black hat and a red cape. Nesquik, originally known simply as Quik, introduced a floppy-eared bunny to sell chocolate milk in the 1970s. He was recently killed off and brought back to life as Baby Nut in a Super Bowl commercial. Tony the Tiger from Kellogg’s is a cool tiger with a bubbly personality and who loves breakfast. Jack Box is the epitome of scary mascots with his empty glare and emotionless face. He represents the company as an iced (coffee) drink, hoping his glee will bring joy to everyone and cause a rush at Dunkin Donuts. This mascot wasn't made to do good and certainly won’t be an enjoyable opponent for any of the mascots here.