Who doesn’t love a good reminisce? A look back at the good ol’ days when Yowies were all the rage, listening to Eminem was considered rebellious and the Spice Girls and Hanson were in full swing.
Some of us born in the 80s and 90s at B&T decided to take a trip down memory lane to some of the jingles we remember the best from our days growing up. Here’s our list. Let us know if there’s ones we’ve missed!
Cadbury’s ‘Wouldn’t it be Nice’
Lube Mobile’s ’13 30 32′
Chicken Tonight’s ‘I feel like chicken tonight’
Cottee’s Cordial ‘My dad picks the fruit’
Bananas – Make those bodies sing!
Caramello Koala’s ‘They call me Caramello’
Slip Slop Slap
Aeroplane Jelly ‘I like Aeroplane Jelly’
Vegemite ‘We’re happy little vegemites’
And if you’re under 30 and want some stellar recognition for your work, make sure you enter the B&T 30 Under 30 Awards! If you’re not sure what to put in the entry form, some of our judges have said exactly what they (and aren’t!) looking for. A massive thank you to our principal sponsor The Newspaper Works and the rest of our fabulous sponsors.
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