Which of these old commercials do you remember?

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — Sunday was the big Super Bowl LVIII commercial showcase … surrounded by a few minutes of football here and there.

Companies bring out their biggest and best to set the bar in commercials, which have become part of our culture.

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In 1984, Wendy’s gave the world the question, “Where’s the beef?” In 1969, Alka Seltzer invented this phrase that used to be quoted about as much as Shakespeare: “Mamma mia, that’s a spicy meatball,” followed by this 1972 commercial, “Try it, you’ll like it.”

Generations can even be measured by what Coca-Cola advertisement was popular in one’s younger years. The company’s 1971 “Hilltop” commercial, which includes the iconic jingle “I’d like to buy the world a Coke,” still remains a familiar favorite.

Additionally, more people might remember mean Joe Green from his Coke commercial cameo than his time on the football field.

One might even say you’re not an 80s kid if you don’t remember Life Cereal’s “Mikey likes it” commercial.

We remember these commercials, even after years and years — they were entertaining, they brought tears to our eyes, they changed us, and they changed America.

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