Fox has filed a trademark application for a TV show called ‘OK boomer”
OK, boomer. Ready for a trademark application war?
The popular phrase, which has mostly been used by teens and millennials to make fun of older people for being out of touch, has taken on a life of its own.
Most notably, 25-year-old New Zealand lawmaker Chlöe Swarbrick used the phrase to dismiss an older member of parliament for heckling her while she spoke about the country’s Zero Carbon Bill.
Its growing popularity has led to a number of trademark applications that have been filed for its use — two of which are for TV shows.