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Smug Anime Wendy’s

You know when it’s real. Everyone will recognize you as the Wendy’s girl, aka the mascot for the fast food chain of the same name, based on founder Dave Thomas’s daughter. Back in 2017, a meme called Smug Wendy’s, or Wendy-chan was created. After @Wendy’s Twitter feed began publishing snarky responses to customers, users made an an anime-style personification of the mascot to represent the face behind the comedic sarcasm.

Cap’n Crunch

Captain Crunch, often shorted to Cap’n Crunch, is a cereal mascot. He is a naval officer with a blue uniform, white mustache, and bicorn hat. The original slogan in the animated commercials was: “It’s got corn for crunch, oats for punch, and it stays crunchy, even in milk.” Use a white eye pencil to color your eyebrows to match your wig. Carry a cereal bowl or box of Cap’n Crunch as optional props.

Little Debbie

Little Debbie

Little Debbie is one of the most recognizable faces in grocery stores all over the world. With delicious offerings like Swiss Rolls, Zebra Cakes, and Cosmic Brownies, this costume can be easily improved with your favorite snack. Little Debbie has short curly hair, a blue gingham dress, and a sunhat.

Hamburglar (70s) from McDonald's

Hamburglar (70s)

The jibbering stealer of hamburgers and frenemy of McDonald’s spokesclown, Ronald McDonald, this Hamburglar costume is based on his look from the original 1970s commercials, before he was given a cuter, more child-like appearance in later years.

Bartles & Jaymes

Bartles & Jaymes

Frank Bartles & Ed Jaymes are the beloved mascots of Barltes & Jaymes, E&J Gallo’s brand of wine cooler popular in the 80s. Bartles and Jaymes are based on the founders of the company, and are portrayed as two older folksy gentlemen who sit on a porch and chit chat.

Erin Esurance

Erin Esurance

Erin Esurance is the bubbly, pink-haired secret agent who was the mascot of the insurance company Esurance in the 2000s. She was inspired by Jennifer Garner’s character Sydney Bristow from the popular TV show Alias.

Sun-Maid Raisin Girl

Sun-Maid Raisin Girl

Wearing a red bonnet and holding a tray overflowing with grapes with the sun to her back, Lorraine Collett became the face of Sun-Maid Raisins in 1915. The logo was updated in 1970.

Colonel Sanders

Colonel Harland Sanders is the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, and we have much to thank him for that. As the face of KFC, he’s always seen in a white suit and western tie, even on the side of a bucket of chicken.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish Leprechaun

The Leprechaun is the feisty mascot of Notre Dame’s Fighting Irish sports teams. He brings good luck and is ready to battle anything that comes his way.

Mr. Six

Mr. Six had people of all ages excited about Six Flags when he danced his way into the amusement park’s advertisements. For those interested in copying Mr. Six’s suave style, it takes more than just putting on a tuxedo. You need to practice those wild dance moves. Otherwise people will just assume you’re dressed like a creepy old man.