LeBron James Wants Legal Recognition As King of Taco Tuesday
More specifically, he enjoys celebrating all things taco on a particular day of the week.
Of course, that day would be Taco Tuesday.
The Los Angeles Lakers' aging star has spent what seems to be the bulk of his off-season reveling in this most special of days, even indoctrinating brand-new running mate Anthony Davis into the cult of hard and soft shell.
Is there a more exclusive group in the world right now than the James family's Taco Tuesday crew? pic.twitter.com/PBBQR84cvU— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) July 17, 2019
Honestly, that feels like a disproportionate amount of enthusiasm for tacos, but to each their own.
The Brow looked mildly uncomfortable, but it didn't appear that he was being held against his will.
If we don't make eye contact, maybe he'll leave us alone.
Since LeBron controls 95% of the known universe, anyway, he figured why not get a trademark on his favorite phrase?
As always, here's resident attorney Josh Gerben with a thorough analysis of the application:
A company owned by Lebron James, LBJ Trademarks LLC, has filed a trademark for TACO TUESDAY.— Josh Gerben (@JoshGerben) August 31, 2019
The filing indicates Lebron intends to continue offering his popular 'TACO TUESDAY' posts on social media and launch a podcast under the name.
My analysis 👇#TacoTuesday pic.twitter.com/lXFwIEy4Py
Yep, that's pretty standard boilerplate right there.
We'd sure love one of those commemorative tote bags, though.