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’90s Food Commercials We Still Think About To This Day

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’90s Food Commercials We Still Think About To This Day We all have those commercials that make us hungry or even ones that we can’t stop thinking about because of their jingle, cute animals, people, etc. Let’s take stroll down memory lane and remember some of the most memorable commercials from the ’90s. Grey Poupon – 1991 – I’m sure you’ve had the urge to pull up to the person next to you at the stoplight and ask, “excuse me, do you have any Grey Poupon?”. The “Northern Lights Coca-Cola Commercial” – 1993 – Ahh, yes, the Coca-Cola polar bears. Who doesn’t love a cute animated bear? The “Got Milk?” Diner Commercial – 1996 – The things people will do for milk, even stealing it at the diner. The “Wazzup?” Budweiser Commercial – 1999 – You’ve probably at one point in your life said, “Wazzup” just like in the commercial. We can hear it now. What is one of your favorite commercials that isn’t aired anymore?

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