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Jeremy Clarkson's Diddly Squat farm shop roof is replaced with more 'visually harmonious' Cotswold tiles after planning row... as it's revealed star has trademarked his 'I Did A Thing' catchphrase

Jeremy Clarkson has replaced the roof of his Diddly Squat farm shop after losing a planning permission appeal. Workers were seen replacing the green steel roof with Cotswold tiles on Tuesday to appease planners. The shop featured in the star's hugely successful Amazon Prime series Clarkson's Farm. This week it...
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Jeremy Clarkson ‘trademarks I Did a Thing catchphrase’ from Clarkson’s Farm

Jeremy Clarkson has reportedly trademarked his catchphrase “I did a thing” so he can use it on merchandise.The presenter can regularly be heard using the saying on his documentary series Clarkson’s Farm, in which he attempts to run his 1000-acre site in Chipping Norton.Since the show debuted on Amazon Prime in 2020, it has gained a steady following of viewers who have been entertained by the former Top Gear host’s attempts to become a proficient farmer, alongside experienced workers and his own family.Now, Clarkson has apparently put legal plans in place to restrict the catchphrase for his own use,...
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Jeremy Clarkson trademarks catchphrase 'I Did A Thing'

Jeremy Clarkson has trademarked his catchphrase "I Did A Thing" so he can create merchandise for his Amazon Prime streaming series 'Clarkson's Farm'. Jeremy Clarkson has trademarked his catchphrase “I Did A Thing”. The ‘Clarkson’s Farm’ star now legally owns the phrase so he can create a line...
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Jeremy Clarkson threatened with legal action on catchphrase trademark

Jeremy Clarkson has been threatened with legal action after trademarking a catchphrase already used by a YouTuber, who told the TV presenter to ‘get f**ked’. Following the success of Clarkson’s Farm on Amazon Prime Video, which follows the 61-year-old while running Diddly Squat Farm in the Cotswolds, it has been revealed that the media personality has trademarked the phrase ‘I did a thing’ as he views it as an ‘asset’.
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Gunna Responds To Pancake Pushers IHOP Using His “Pushing P” Catchphrase In A Tweet

Gunna’s “Pushing P” catchphrase is all the rave on social media right now. Gunna is currently riding high. His album, DS4EVER, debuted no.1 on the Billboard 200, defeating the Canadian juggernaut The Weeknd and his new project Dawn FM, which dropped on the same day. Now, his catchphrase “Pushing P” is being used in Instagram captions and tweets everywhere. The phrase is so hot that even IHOP got in on the fun and decided to use it in a tweet when referencing what it does best, and that’s pushing pancakes. Of course, Gunna gave the restaurant that specializes in serving breakfast all damn day his stamp of approval for cleverly using “Pushing P” in a tweet.
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Chris Jericho Files Trademark For New Catchphrase

Chris Jericho has a long list of catchphrases that have been associated with him throughout the years, and the first ever AEW World Champion recently tried out a new one when he used the phrase GFY during a segment with Eddie Kingston. It looks like Chris Jericho could be using...
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Freddie Gibbs Clowns On Gunna’s Catchphrase

Freddie Gibbs and Gunna continuously adding more fuel to their animosity over the weekend. Since dissing Gangsta Gibbs on his current album, DS4EVER rapping: “I can’t f*ck with Freddie Gibbs/N****s tellin’ fibs,” on “poochie gown”, the two have been locked in a verbal battle, with Young Thug and Akademiks stepping in.
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