Ready to feel old?
It’s been more than20 years since the iconic “Got Milk?” advertising campaign first launched, planting milk mustaches on some of the most recognizable faces on the planet.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane(and the dairy aisle)to check out some of the ads that we saw through those years.
Beyonce and Solange Knowles
Crazy in love with lactose.
Milk is probably a safer drink of choice for her now…
FromFull House to fullglass!
She’ll raid your tomb and your fridge.
It’s getting hot in here, so how about some milk?
Totally requesting some milk.
Well, it does a body good.
The cast of Everybody Loves Raymond
But do they all love milk?
He’s all that and a glass of milk.
Power up with some milk before a shopping spree! Or something like that, not quite sure what’s going on here. Maybe a dash in her latte?
Yes, it certainly does do a body good.
For strong bones, naturally.
What’s the vampire’s stance on milk? Is it like garlic? So many questions.
A very young Britney Spears.
Oops, she drank it again.
The King of Comedy…and cultured beverages.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Lactose
If you could bring one thing to a desert island, I’m thinking it wouldn’t be milk.
Spoilage, people. Spoilage.
I know. You almost can’t recognize her.
Who doesn’t drink milk in an alley?
Party of five glasses a week.
Exhibiting some model behavior.
Lisa Kudrow and Jennifer Aniston
They’ll be there for you, with a cool milky beverage.
See? She really enjoys the milk.
Mmm…milk. Or bop. Whatever.
Wild Things, but organic milk.
He’ll do a kick-flip for a glass.
They “love” milk. Get it? Love? Let’s move on.
Mike Myers as Austin Powers
Exhibiting Olympic behavior.
Steven Tyler of Aerosmith
Get those bones rock hard, baby! That sounded dirtier than intended.
MORE model behavior. I see a trend…
She’s pretty much timeless.
Maybe he wouldn’t have an achy, breaky heart if he drank more milk.
Milk = cheese = lasagna = happiness.
Stone cold drinks. He don’t mess around.
It does a body good.
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