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Brand Logos Quiz #10

Can you identify these mostly-American brands based on their logos?
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Last updated: May 9, 2023
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35 Comments
+7
Level 77
May 10, 2023
I had to look up the proper spelling for Haagen Daz. What a ridiculously concocted name.
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Level 95
May 10, 2023
Agreed. I think the options for spelling that one should be a bit more liberal.
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Level ∞
May 10, 2023
They are. What did you try?
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Level 75
May 10, 2023
Haagen Daaz?
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Level 68
Jun 8, 2023
I feel like I tried all of these:

haggendasz

hagendazs

haggendas

hagendas

hagendaz

haagendaz

haagendasz

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Level 10
Jul 19, 2023
It's either you know or you don't know no need to make anything more liberal
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Level 66
Mar 12, 2024
or just learn how to spell it correctly?
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Level 77
May 10, 2023
It really sucks when you find out that it doesn't even mean anything.
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Level 69
Mar 30, 2024
Well If I go by my language (Dutch), the closest it resembles is hedge badger which would be hagendas (formed from haag/hagen +das) or a Haagse das, a badger from the city of the Hague. (das could be tie besides badger btw). I sort of abstractly/subconsciously do think of those for haagen, but for das I either think of nothing or the German das.

So it sort of feel like (an important/of status) Hedge, that one!

Curious what association other people get.

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Level 72
May 10, 2023
It should be called "logos of brands well known in the US, but most probably nowhere else in the world"
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Level 95
May 10, 2023
Like, Uniqlo?! lol I have never heard of that brand in my life.
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Level 84
May 10, 2023
Uniqlo is Japanese.
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Level 64
May 12, 2023
They're everywhere in London, but they don't have many in the UK outside that.
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Level 83
May 18, 2023
There was one in the shopping centre in Oxford when I lived there.
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Level 38
May 10, 2023
idk, that doesn't really roll off the tongue as well.
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Level 87
May 10, 2023
Had no clue that it was spelled airbNb...I tried airB&B then moved on.
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Level ∞
May 10, 2023
That will work now
+6
Level 59
May 10, 2023
Accept Pintrest? Interest is often pronounced Intrest, at least as I know
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Level 69
Mar 30, 2024
Worcestershiresauce is often pronounced as wooster sauce, but that is not the spelling.
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Level 72
May 10, 2023
Tough quiz, there are four on there I have never heard of before and two or three I got purely by guessing.
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Level 75
May 10, 2023
Never heard of it, but from the logo I guessed Texas Investments & Texas International - didn't realise how close I was! Genuinely never heard of 6 of these in my life.

How about accepting 'premiership' for the EPL?

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Level 49
May 11, 2023
'Premiership' applies to too many things. It accepted 'Premier League'.
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Level 43
Jun 21, 2023
Kept typing Uniglo instead of Uniqlo
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Level 54
Sep 15, 2023
You often use extraneous hyphens. After adverbs ending in -ly, you basically never need a hyphen. There's no ambiguity in the phrase 'mostly American brands'.
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Level 69
Sep 15, 2023
God bless Texas Instruments for giving me something to do in geometry.
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Level 22
May 2, 2024
Fr
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Level 79
Sep 15, 2023
Thanks for accepting TI for Texas Instruments :)
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Level 56
Sep 15, 2023
nescafe should also accept nestle as that is the original logo
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Level 35
Sep 15, 2023
Sorry but what do you mean by « mostly American » ?

Because Nescafé is a Swiss brand, BMW is German, Évian is French, and the English Premier League is well... English

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Level 90
Sep 15, 2023
"Mostly American" as in... most of these brands are American.
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Level 67
Oct 1, 2023
I wonder what their market shares look like
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Level 72
Mar 28, 2024
When each line has more American brands than 'other' brands, what word would you use to describe the majority?
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Level 67
Oct 1, 2023
Does anyone know the Jetpunk male/female distribution? I'd guess most women would be familiar with Sephora - I think it's in the top 3, alongside Ulta and Bath and Body Works.
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Level 69
Mar 30, 2024
Top three of what?? I am a woman and I have neaver heard of it. Nor the other two things you mentioned.

Besides there are only a few products That are generaly more for either women or man, despite industries trying to say this shampoo or deaodorant is only for men, or only for women.

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Level 83
Apr 12, 2024
I didn't even know Sephora sold those sorts of products, I sort of assumed it was one of those tacky clothing retailers that keep springing up.