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The controversial phrase, “OK Boomer,” has created quite a buzz, as Gen Zs are using the two-word catchphrase to shut down boomers’ clamor. It was even used as a comeback by the Green Party MP Chlöe Swarbrick in New Zealand’s Parliament:
Due to its traction, few corporations are racing to trademark the saying for its own use.
According to trademark attorney Joshua Gerbern, Fox filed a trademark application for the one-liner to launch a television series called OK BOOMER.
Following the network’s application, another company in Pittsburgh filed an application for the rights to use the name for stickers and decals.
Previously, New York-based Kevin Yen had filed an application for the wording to launch a clothing line.
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