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Taylor Swift Trademarks Phrases From 1989

Christa Tintelnot | PopWrapped Author

Christa Tintelnot

03/10/2015 10:43 pm
PopWrapped | Celebrities
Taylor Swift Trademarks Phrases From 1989 | Taylor Swift
Media Courtesy of cnbc.com
If you ever wanted to have your favorite potholder pattern mass-produced with the phrases "This Sick Beat" or "'Nice to Meet You, Where You Been?," you are out of luck. Taylor Swift has trademarked these phrases for her very own. These phrases, and more, from her album 1989 were legally trademarked this week with the US government. Other phrases the singer trademarked include "Party Like It's 1989" and "Cause We Never Go Out of Style." The trademark will prevent marketing these phrases on more than just potholders, of course. Christmas stockings, whalebone and removable tattoos, guitar straps, typewriters, whips, non-medicated toiletries, and saddlery are all included. My apologies to those who had their dreams dashed before their eyes. Sadly, you will never own a "Could Show You Incredible Things" whip.

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