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13 Jingles You Still Remember Every Word To - Even Though You Wish You Didn't

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So of us watched a lot of TV when we were kids. Our parents often said it was too much but oh well.

We honestly spent hours in front of the television, whether it was watching One Saturday Morning or TGIF. We had our schedules and we stuck to them.

The thing was, back then we couldn't fast forward commercials like we do now. We had to endure each repeated jingle countless times while enjoying the latest episode of Boy Meets World or Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. And those songs really knew how to get into your head and stay there forever.

Chances are these songs are still buried deep in your memory. See if you know the words to any of these.

1. Meow Mix

2. Mentos

3. Kit Kat

4. Chili's Baby Back Ribs

This one was so popular it even got remade countless times, including once with *Nsync starring in the commercial!

5. Operation

6. Folger's

There are more classic commercials that you absolutely still remember. Click to the next page to see the rest!

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