Which moments have stuck with you?
Post-it® Products are hard to missin the home, at the office, or even on TV. In fact, they've been popping up in interesting places for decades. How sticky is your memory? See if you recognize any of these curious nuggets of Post-it® Pop Culture.
Breaking Up, Breaking Out
Q: On what New York City-based sitcom did the main character receive bad news when she discovers that her current beau has dumped her via a Post-it® Note?
Carrie Bradshaw, played by actress Sarah Jessica Parker, was the dumpee in "Sex and the City"
Queen of Talk, Kings for a Day
Q: Which talk show magnet announces that Post-it® Flag Highlighters are essential tools for book club members and features the 3M scientist who invented them on her show.
If You Love Post-it® Notes, Say "I do."
Q: Which of television's most-watched TV couples stun viewers when they opt for a more personal, stress-free wedding and exchange their marriage vows on a Post-it® Note.
Meredith Grey and Dr. McDreamy from "Grey's Anatomy"
Only Times Will Tell
Q: Where did 3M build the World's Largest Pink Ribbon out of 75,000 neon pink Post-it® Super Sticky Notes?
The ribbon—made of Notes—was placed more than 18 stories high on a billboard in Times Square throughout a windy October in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
We Speak the Truth
Q: In what movie do two women say they invented Post-it® Notes to make their ex-classmates think they are a success?
"Romy and Michele's High School Reunion" starring Lisa Kudrow and Mira Sorvino
Feel Good Reminders
Q: On which popular blog were women encouraged to write motivating, encouraging messages on Post-it® Notes and stick them in public settings to promote having a positive body image?
Operation Beautiful -- Post-it® Note messages have been spotted in a variety of unexpected placesâ€”such as a bathroom mirror or even on the windshield of a car.
Where Art Thou?
Q: In which museum was the popular Post-it® Note elevated to an art form when it was included in the "Humble Masterpieces" exhibit.
Museum of Modern Art in New York City.