Speaking of unrequited love…
I’m dating everyone I go to lunch with, and I fall in love with everybody I date.
—Taylor on the world’s biggest misconception of her (x)
No, I do not think Taylor is gay or bi. It was a joke because that seems to be everyone’s favorite topic as of lately. People are so desperate for Taylor to be in a relationship that when she goes 18 months without a boyfriend, everybody starts wondering if she’s a lesbian.
Or secretly seeing someone.
Truth is, I find the fact that Taylor can’t hang out with a woman without having these questions thrown around kind of sexist. You would never hear these sort of comments if it were two straight guys, especially if one of them had a well known track record of heterosexual love affairs and the other was in a committed relationship with someone from the opposite sex.
When it’s two guys, they’re just buddies hanging out. But when it’s two girls, they must be secret lovers!
(PS. When I say you would never hear these sort of comments if it were two straight guys, I’m talking about the real world. Not the Internet world ruled by teenage girls writing Larry fanfiction.)
Jack Antonoff on Taylor Swift…
Anonymous asked: i wonder if taylor knows the urban dictionary term for funjury omg
Anonymous asked: Argentina or Germany?
I have distant family in Argentina. And I grew up right on the German border. What I’m saying is, I don’t really care. Either one is good.
Anonymous asked: You tagged Taylor's op-ed with "#too many i thinks for my taste", but the whole point of an essay like that is to state your own opinion on matters. It has to contain a lot of disclaimers like that or else it's not personal opinions but statements instead... So from that viewpoint the only right thing to do is to add a lot of "I think" 's to solidify that it's opinions and not facts. Otherwise she'd come across as waay too assertive and people would've picked her to pieces.
I agree with what you’re saying. It was a very well written piece overall, but like I said, in my opinion, she could have used fewer “I think”s. There’s no need to use one every time you’re stating an opinion. A few, yes. But not that many. But it’s still a good piece of writting, there’s no doubt about that.
@DavisAlly: When Taylor Swift casually stops by for dinner😎 #starstruck (Rhode Island 7/12/14)
So. Taylor and her family are now having drinks with Kevin Wendle, the co-founder of E! Online and the Fox Broadcasting Company… Casual. Ok.