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Catchy Jingles You Can’t Stop Singing

Sometimes, advertisements get their jingles just right and people find themselves unable to stop singing the catchy tunes. Although it can get annoying having some jingle about a Big Mac stuck in your head, it’s pretty much inevitable these days. Here’s a list of some jingles that you just can’t stop singing when you think of a certain brand or product.

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Break Me Off a Piece of that Kit-Kat Bar

Break Me Off a Piece of that Kit-Kat Bar

Someone hears the crunch of a Kit-Kat bar and instantly stops what they’re doing to ask someone to “break me off a piece of that Kit-Kat Bar.” Advertising agencies sure got that jingle right, because few people can eat or even see a Kit-Kat without repeating the tune.

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My Bologna Has a First Name…

My Bologna Has a First Name…

It doesn’t matter how old you get, your bologna will always have a first name. Children from Utah to New York still sing the jingle when they see the Oscar Mayer mobile and even when they see bologna in the stores.

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Two All-Beef Patties…

Two All-Beef Patties…

Advertising agencies that advertise for McDonald’s sure nailed the Big Mac jingle. Almost everyone can recite what a Big Mac is made of, no matter how old they are.

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Meow, Meow, Meow

Meow, Meow, Meow

It’s not just your cat that annoys you with all the meowing. Now, their food can annoy you too. Good job, Meow Mix. Cats from Utah to Hong Kong practically ask for this stuff by name.

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Wanta Fanta

Wanta Fanta

Don’t you want a Fanta? It doesn’t matter if you do or don’t, because this tune will get stuck in your head no matter what. Every time you even see a Fanta label, this tune involuntarily pops up in your head.

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Baby Back Ribs

Baby Back Ribs

Chili’s created a little jingle about wanting their baby back ribs. Quite creative of advertising agencies, too, because that song gets stuck in everybody’s head when they see or think of Chili’s.

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I’d Like to Buy The World a Coke

I’d Like to Buy The World a Coke

Coke created this jingle quite a long time ago and it’s still being sung today. Youth from Utah and places of the like know this jingle and sing about wanting to buy the world a Coke.

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I’m Lovin’ It

I’m Lovin’ It

Justin Timberlake made himself a hefty amount of money from advertising agencies just for singing “Ba Da Ba Ba Ba, I’m Lovin’ It!” And the tune is hard not to sing every time the eyes see the Golden Arches.

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Rachel Wood writes for Fusion 360. She is a writer at Fusion 360, an advertising agency in Utah.

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