Anyone who grew up in the 80s and 90s is no stranger to absolutely insane TV commercials, but for some reason, soft drink companies took it to a whole other level. They often partnered up with big celebrities or came up with ridiculous slogans, but, as these 12 ads show, they're definitely memorable.
When Pepsi partnered with Miami Vice
Michael J. Fox and the mysterious paper Pepsi
Nancy Sinatra singing about Royal Crown Cola
Magic Johnson on 7-Up
Anybody remember Surge?
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Crystal Pepsi, the clear cola that the internet loves to remember
Michael Jackson on Pepsi, proving Pepsi spends all their money on hiring stars for commercials
Seriously, here's P. Diddy in a Diet Pepsi truck
The classic Mean Joe Green Coca-Cola commercial that's been parodied a thousand times
When Pierce Brosnan fought a ninja for a Diet Coke
Kriss Kross in a Sprite can. It doesn't get much more 90s
Busta Rhymes rapping about Mountain Dew
Bonus: It's not a throwback, but the Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad that made the entire internet angry
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