8 Things Taylor Swift Actually Tried to Trademark

Love her or hate her, Taylor Swift is everywhere not caring if you hate her 'cause haters gonna hate. And she's rich bitch, that also helps you to ignore haters. But just because she's rich doesn't mean she wants other people getting rich off of her lyrics! So she's attempted and in some cases succeded in trademarking some of her most "iconic" lyrics. Yeah, I put sarcastic air quotes on iconic. COME AT ME, SWIFTIES! Here's a look at a few.

Swiftmas

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Taylor doesn't own this one yet, and I can see why it would be a controversial one. I mean she did give fans a buch of presents last year, but should we really be replacing Christ with Swift just yet? Sure, why not? IDGAF, this world is a disaster. 

1989

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This is the latest 'word' Taylor is trying to trademark. I'll never stop LOLing over this one. 1989 was the year she was born and since she's the best person born that year, clearly, suck on it suckas! 

This Sick Beat

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Every rapper alive is kicking themselves that Taylor Swift is the one who owns this phrase. Especially with the not sick beats she lays down. JUST SAYING!! She's no Jay Z, ya know?

Party Like It's 1989

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Taylor owns this!?!? Somewhere Prince is like "Aw hell no, Bitch!" 

Nice To Meet You, Where You Been?

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If you don't think she's the queen of country pop, please know she owns an everyday greeting. So please close down your Etsy shop that has that lyric silk screened onto midriff tees now, . 

Blank Space

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Can we stop the madness? How you gonna trademark something that every writer I know talks about every day?  Any judge who approves this trademark has a blank space in their head. (Don't sue me, TayTay)

I'll Write Your Name

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Taylor doesn't give and EFF.  She'll try to trademark something as meaningless as this. She's Taylor Swift. She's not even scared of Nicki Minaj. 

I Could Show You Incredible Things

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Taylor got this one trademarked. So she showed us something incredible. Someone was dumbe enough to say Taylor owned this generic phrase. It's Taylor Swift's worl, we're all just living in it. The most we can hope for is to get into her squad. #SQUADGOALS

Which one was your favorite? Let me know on twitter or in the comments below!

 

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