Jamie Vardy And Wife Rebekah 'Tried And Failed' To Trademark 'Chat Sh*t, Get Banged'
Jamie Vardy and his wife Rebekah reportedly tried to trademark the phrase "Chat sh*t, get banged" but were knocked back by the Intellectual Property Office.
Prior to the becoming a record-breaking Premier League striker, Vardy once posted the words of wisdom on a classic Facebook post back in September 2011.
Vardy celebrated Leicester City's fairytale Premier League title win in 2016 by sporting a t-shirt with the slogan on and according to MailOnline, applied to trademark the phrase so they received a sum every time it was used in popular culture.
However, Rebekah Vardy denied the story on Twitter.
The news comes off the back of Glastonbury headliner Stormzy using it in a lyric in his song 'Take me back to London' with Ed Sheeran, but the IPO rejected their application because it includes swearing.
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However, the Vardys have been told they are able to use the wording on t-shirts and other forms of merchandise.
Yesterday, it emerged that Liverpool attempted to have Allez Allez Allez" trademarked in November.
The words are lyrics of a song that acted as the soundtrack to Liverpool's run to the Champions League final in Kiev in the 2017/18 season.
It was embraced by Jurgen Klopp and his group of players and continued to be sung during last season, when the Reds went one step further and won the European Cup for a sixth time thanks to a 2-0 win over Spurs in Madrid.
But with the chant being sung by more than six clubs, they elected to to withdraw their application.
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