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I’ve been with myself for so long now, I like it … I’m not willing to give up that independence for anyone. Basically, there’s the tiniest, tiniest, tiniest chance you might find someone you can have a real and long-lasting relationship with. In my teenage years, I was enamored by the idea of romance because I thought it was going to be this ‘happily ever after’ situation.“

- Taylor Swift for Wonderland Magazine cover story

The Zodiac Signs As Swifties

Aries: *dances ferociously around room breaking things and screaming along to Forever and Always* ~ also might use Tay’s exes faces as dartboards

Taurus: Tries to recreate all of Taylor’s recipes and spends all their other time on tumblr

Gemini: Makes friends with lots of other swifties and convinces others to join the fandom

Cancer: Spends time organizing projects letting Tay know how much we love her and making sure everyone is included

Leo: Gets noticed by Taylor without even trying

Virgo: Writes a fanfic or makes an edit but never posts it because it has to be perfect and they don’t want to accidentally offend anyone with it

Libra: creates the most hilarious memes of Taylor making the derp face

Scorpio: Doesn’t make lots of friends in the fandom but silently stalks every swiftie blog

Sagittarius: casually goes on a roadtrip to Nashville or NYC when they know Taylor’s in town

Capricorn: organizes a 100% foolproof plan to meet Taylor with lots of graphs and charts

Aquarius: writes the most elaborate and strange fanfiction where Taylor is half unicorn struggling with her identity in the human world

Pisces: Gets really emotionally affected by every song and cries over things that never happened to them

gayspaceprobe  asked:

why is all music 3-4 minutes long pls explain

It’s only radio music that suits this qualification. Most of the bands and singers who have 3-4 minute radio hits also have songs of other lengths. Beyoncé for instance has a couple songs of only two or three seconds each. Nickelback’s 6 second song, “Look at this graph” has also been popular online. At the other end of the spectrum, most of Taylor Swift’s non-radio songs are well over 6 hours, comparable to some Wagner or Philip Glass works.

These experimental songs can’t be played on radio, but Swift’s fans all agree her masterpiece is the 17 hour “Einstein In Trouble,” a song she has only performed once live to the detriment of her vocal cords, only two of which remain after the concert, which also left 600 patrons able to “hear smells”.

The longest song of recent times though is the original cut of Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” which weighs in at 39 hours and 24 minutes, and includes the words “Oh my gosh, look at her butt” exactly 10,000 times.

Watch on taycember13.tumblr.com

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