In 1988, McDonald's announced their plan to set up 20 golden arches in Moscow. This marked an end to a quiet 10 year-long discussion, and the first Moscow McD's opened that fall. When it did, the people of Moscow were able to plonk down 1% of their monthly salary in order to enjoy a Big Mac. However, they didn't call it a Big Mac. Do you know what they called it? To find out, take our quiz on regional Big Mac variations and names!Take the Quiz
On April 23, 1985, the folks at Coca-Cola announced that they were switching their original recipe to a new and improved recipe. The resulting "New Coke" was a total flop, and production on Classic Coke began again after less than three months.
To celebrate the hello — not to mention quick goodbye — of New Coke, I thought I'd whip up a little quiz about limited-edition flavors of your fave convenience store products. I'll list the product and you tell me if it existed or not. Also, be warned, some of these might not have been available in your neck of the woods, but were available somewhere in the world, while others I completely made up. Ready to give it a try?Take the Quiz