Mar 01, 2010, 08:02AM

Jersey Shore's Snooki files for federal trademark of her name

Apparently a Snooki Jersey Shore memoir is in the works. 

"That phrase, 'It was entertaining in a train-wreck kind of way,' that to me is like the Anthem of the Defeated."

Following in the trailblazing footsteps of "The Situation," fellow "Jersey Shore" cast member Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi wants the federal government to issue a trademark for her nickname. According to the below February 7 filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the 22-year-old Polizzi is seeking to use the trademark for two separate commercial classes: "Entertainment in the nature of personal appearances by a television personality," and--in what will terrify fans of fine literature--"Printed matter, namely books." The Marlboro, New York resident's USPTO application (which set her back $650) was submitted by an intellectual property lawyer with the Buffalo-based firm Phillips Lytle. Sadly, Polizzi's filing did not include a "Snooki" logo, just a simple type treatment of her nickname. Her application came a few days after TSG reported that "Jersey Shore" mook Michael Sorrentino had filed for atrademark for "The Situation," the nickname he has given his abdominal muscles.


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