The 5 Creepiest Ad Mascots of All Time In honor of BK's King, Time breaks down the weirdest product hawkers By Kevin Spak, Newser Staff Posted Aug 28, 2011 6:32 PM CDT STORY COMMENTS (5) (Newser) – Now that Burger King’s weird plastic-faced “King” mascot is done terrorizing us, Time decided to break down the creepiest product mascots of all time. You can check out some of their greatest hits in the video gallery below. The 5 Creepiest Ad Mascots of All Time 1 of 5 Back to story » Kicking things off, of course, is the King himself. Because he's exactly what you want to wake up next to in bed in the morning. How did this guy stick around for seven years again? (fatima9752) Common misconception: The incredibly annoying singing creatures featured in Quiznos' ads like this one are not rats. They're something called "spongmonkeys." It's an Internet thing, apparently. (ColdFear117) If you don't think Ronald McDonald is creepy, get a load of his first appearance, in which he wears a magic hamburger belt and says things like, "I like to do everything boys and girls like to do." (mccommercials) Ah, the Kool-Aid man. Has any smiling tub of juice ever caused more property damage? He's at his absolute creepiest in this plainly drug-induced '80s ad, though he doesn't manage to break any walls. (eoguy) Few mascots can match the sheer strangeness of Domino's pizza-hating claymation gremlin the Noid. He once allegedly inspired a mentally ill man to hold up a Domino's claiming it was attacking him. (ClassicTVtoday) Popular Video Stories Time (Source Grid ») Entertainment • Lifestyle advertising • McDonald's • Ronald McDonald • Domino's Pizza • mascot • Quiznos • Burger King CLICK BELOW TO VOTE 53% 34% 5% 0% 3% 3% RETURN TO THE STORY To report an error on this story, notify our editors.