The Trix rabbit’s sole purpose in life is to eat Trix cereal, but his plot is almost always foiled by kids yelling, “Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids.” The rabbit has managed to eat Trix only twice, in 1976 and 1980. Imagine a sword fight with this bad boy! Behind those smiling eyes lurks an enemy that'll defeat most mascots on this list. Popular Quizzes Today. Over the years, he became friendlier and greener, and the Minnesota Valley Canning Company was renamed the Green Giant Company. When he first debuted on the cereal box, he was wearing a big hat made out of fruit. Some of them are still around smiling from boxes in our pantries today. The Pillsbury Doughboy debuted in 1965 and actually has a name: Poppin’ Fresh. And really, who doesn’t? Yes, Subway has a mascot, and it's as uncreative as you can imagine: he’s a Subway sandwich. His face is friendly and inviting, and frankly, we’d rather eat his chicken instead of seeing him battle the mighty Noid. He’s always smiling, giving him an almost menacing air — he might be outside your bedroom window right now. After all that bullying, Denny’s Sausage mascot could prove to be quite the match against his opponents. Today, he’s a life-size dude with a massive plastic head. It was famous for spaghetti and meatballs. Grimace, the huge purple anthropomorphic being with dinosaur-like arms and puffy legs, has probably played a prominent role in many nightmares of the youth who had to endure him at Maccas. 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. Despite his awkward body, the 3D pizza slice's (verrrry creative) look in his eyes just betrays a certain ‘you don’t mess with me’ style. He doesn’t even have any legs to run away with! Lucky Charms’ mascot Lucky the leprechaun debuted in 1964, and General Mills claims it was one of the most expensive advertising rollouts to date. The charming spokeselves have been with the brand from the beginning, when the breakfast food first hit shelves in 1928. The original was a chicken named Doodles. Crunchmore, which is made out of Cap’n Crunch cereal. 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. 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. After winning $50 in a Pong tournament, he bought a one-way ticket to New York and slept in the ceiling of a pizzeria. Wendy – Wendy’s. 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.”. His big smile is definitely cute, but don’t be deceived. Besides that, his teeth look scarily sharp, and he’s got a bit of a moody vibe about him. No one could possibly say no to the 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!”. And the yellow pointy hat is almost a tragic way to try to make his scary face seem more cheerful. Although we’ve learned from the Egypt commercial Angry Panda ‘never say no to panda’ that they can be quite scary, Tom-Tom isn't like that. But luckily, they’re mostly laughable and curious. Rumor has it, he hasn’t stopped smiling since. It’s reported that Grimace was last seen dancing to Ram Jam’s “Black Betty” at Dodger Stadium on July 18, 2012. In a fight, he might be able to scare anyone off with his weird appearance or possibly fall onto someone, but that’s about all he has to offer in a duel. Cuppy, the mascot of Dunkin Donuts, is often accompanied by his best friend, the Dunkin Donut. Fluffy and cuddly, we just can’t imagine this ball of fur winning any fight against its powerful mascot opponents. The Sun-Maid Girl was real, and her name was Lorraine Collett Petersen. Especially when we imagine how he’d perform in a fight with his tiny arms and legs and a rather cumbersome body. His signature line was, “How about a nice Hawaiian Punch?” Oftentimes, the recipient of that question was another character named Opie, who would say, “Sure,” and then Punchy would punch him. During World War I, trucks carrying meat to French troops on the front lines had a logo with a cow on it. Who thought that placing a ping-pong ball on the mascot's head would be a good idea? by pdigoe Plays Quiz not verified by Sporcle . Besides maybe slapping someone softly, the Arby’s oven Mitt doesn’t do much harm to anyone. We're not sure if it's because of his diet of Subway rolls or because he likes to go to the gym in his free time, but we know for certain that he'd win almost any fight. Jack Box is the mascot for Jack in the Box. He was recently killed off and brought back to life as Baby Nut in a Super Bowl commercial. Or would he lose against the bubbly Jollibee Mascot? We just want him to hug us. His hands are soft and sweet; his head, large and happy; and his shoes don’t look like the ones meant for kicking or running. He first appeared in a commercial on TV in 1961, and the narrator’s famous catchphrase, “Sorry, Charlie,” was born. His catchphrase is “Oh yeah!”. Rate 5 stars Rate 4 stars Rate 3 stars Rate 2 stars Rate 1 star . 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. He has a human body but the head of a toy clown. With his happy green eyes, adorable freckles, and bubbly smile, he opens his arms to all subway lovers. Waldo’s interpretation of Lucky’s famous catchphrase “They’re magically delicious,” was “ibbledebibbledelicious.” He lasted approximately a year before Lucky returned full time. 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. He could even dunk his large donut head onto his opponent and squash him. The famous spokescandies fans know today didn’t debut until 1960. That’s why Ronald McDonald is third place on this list. A celebrity of sorts, she taught consumers everything they might need to know about bananas, including how to ripen them. It's quite unusual for any mascot creator or company to come up with an oven mitt as a mascot. Evil escapes into space using a Big Boy-shaped rocket. He also had a “beak job” that shortened his colorful magic nose “that always knows” where to find Froot Loops. Clowns, in general, are no longer particularly associated with joy and happiness. Of all the things you didn’t know about Kool-Aid, you may not know the Kool-Aid Man wasn’t featured in ads until 1975. His name was Hector Boiardi, and he was born in Italy in 1897. The dapper walking, talking nut wears a monocle and top hat and carries a cane. He has long legs, which he's free to use, and sporty shoes that he can use for running and kicking. A fifth-grade student from Texas won, dubbing the mascot BuzzBee. He definitely looks scary when he frowns. 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