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Mr. Monopoly

Mr. Monopoly, known by some as Rich Uncle Pennybags, is perhaps the most famous fictional real estate mogul in history. Dressed to impress with a top hat and cane, the board game mascot is easy to bring to life. Just don’t expect your “get out of jail free” card to actually do anything.

Mr. Peanut

Mr. Peanut, born Bartholomew Richard Fitzgerald-Smythe, has been the dapper face of the Planters snack food company since 1916. He always dresses to the nines, at least on his head, hands, and feet.

Utz Girl

The Utz Girl is the face of a snacking empire stretching from Hanover, Pennsylvania to Baltimore, Maryland. You might consider accessorizing with the crab chips, but go with the original potato chips for the classic look. And most important of all, remember that Utz are better than nuts.

Baby Brent

Brent McHale is the town celebrity of Swallow Falls in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. He was the spokesperson for the town’s sardine cannery as a baby and still does guest appearances as Baby Brent – even though it seems wrong for a grown man to be parading around in diapers. He helps Flint and Sam save the town after he becomes Chicken Brent – let’s just say you have to watch the movie to know what that means.

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?

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.

Rosie the Riveter

Rosie the Riveter was the original icon of girl power, symbolizing the contributions of women to manufacturing during WWII. Her badass likeness is captured in the famous “We Can Do It!” poster.