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Cracker Jack Boy

Originally called “Candied Popcorn and Peanuts”, Cracker Jack was sold at the first Chicago’s World Fair. Not only is it well known for coming with a prize, but it will be forever linked with baseball as sung in “Take Me Out to the Ball Game”.

Emily the Strange

Emily the Strange has a style that has inspired a new generation of little goth girls. She’s a mysterious character but her look is easy to achieve. It’s getting a colony of black cats to follow you around that might be the problem. Luckily you can purchase a few stuffed ones to complete your costume.

Snap, Crackle, and Pop

Snap, Crackle and Pop are the elvish mascots of Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal. What most people don’t know is that there was a briefly lived fourth mascot named Pow, who represented the nutritional value of the cereal. Snap is presumably a chef, while Pop is probably a marching band leader. We’re not quite sure what Crackle does for a living though.

Lucky the Leprechaun

Lucky the Leprechaun is always being chased by kids who are after his lucky charms but who can blame them? Can you resist this magically delicious cereal?

The ShamWow! Guy

Vince Offer, better known as the ShamWow! Guy, pitches As-Seen-On-TV products through his mesmerizing informercials. With a blue apron, he transforms into the Slap Chop Guy — you’re gonna love his nuts!

Billy Mays

Most people know Billy Mays as the spokesperson for the cleaning products OxiClean, Kaboom and OrangeGlo but he also promoted miscellaneous items like The Ding King, What Odor?, and Zorbeez. We all miss seeing his amped up pitches on T.V. and hearing his famous catch phrase “Hi, Billy Mays here for the…”.

Apple Store Genius

Feeling stupid about your smartphone? Then take it to a Genius. These Apple Store workers are renowned for their helpfulness as well as their disdain for Microsoft Store Gurus.

King Vitaman

King Vitaman might be royalty, but he’s not nearly as popular as the Count or Cap’n. No one’s had breakfast with the king in many years, yet he somehow manages to stay on the shelves.

Ernest P. Worrell

Ernest P. Worrell, better known as Ernest Goes To…, is a bumbling but good-natured handyman. He was so popular in the 80’s that he was able to cross over from local TV commercials to a franchise spanning 10 films. It’s not too hard to replicate his outfit, but that face is another story. Knowhutimean?

Morton Salt Umbrella Girl

The Morton Salt Umbrella Girl was created all the way back in 1914 and is still going strong today. For a long time now, it’s been considered one of the most famous logos. Still, if your outfit draws confused looks from young ones, you have your Morton salt on hand to show them.