International House of Jizz hopes to rub out trademark lawsuit from IHOP

National breakfast chain IHOP has slapped a trademark infringement suit on Nevada-based International House of Jizz, hoping to flog the company flaccid for what it claims are misuses of its registered logo and trademarked “Come hungry, leave happy” slogan.

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IHOP claims the IHOJ logo infringes on their own registered logo, and that “Cum Hungry? Leave Happy” infringes on their trademarked slogan.

IHOJ erupted onto the meat service scene in 2016 with three stores just outside of Las Vegas city limits. Local critics absolutely gushed at the establishment’s offerings, helping IHOJ garner a steady streaming customer flow.
“The rapid surge of customers was much warmer than I’d expected. It’s enough to get any owner excited,” revealed IHOJ owner and CEO, Jerome Butler.
But like many companies that come in hard and hot, IHOJ is now experiencing a rude interruption via a legal challenge from family restaurant franchise IHOP (formerly International House of Pancakes), who allege that IHOJ has “borrowed heavily” from their logo and their “Cum Hungry? Leave Happy!” slogan infringes on IHOP’s trademarked “Come Hungry Leave Happy” slogan. Butler contends he’s unfamiliar with the family establishment, and that he “stands behind his own sausage.”
“I suppose this is a show of corporate ego, and they expect me to just sit here and stroke it,” Butler lamented. “But I’m a man first and foremost, and no matter what kind of satisfaction they’re expecting, I can only stroke it just so much.”
“We’ve sewn the seeds of a fine business here,” Butler contends. “We’re dedicated to very fast, very personal service, and we have no intention to stop providing an enjoyable service for our customer base. We’re prepared to handle this challenge like we have handled everything in the past: by gritting our teeth and going at it fast, hard and furious. We’ll do this as long as we have do, until we are exhausted and our energy depleted.”
“Our legal team is ready, so no matter how stiff the challenge, I’m confident that they’ll walk away with a groan and a whimper,” says Butler.

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