this pic

ask and ye shall receive

sparkly bfs

so dapper

remember how many times they said “our wedding” bc i do and it keeps me up at night

bc how could i not include the most iconic look™

the best day ever aka Speckle Suit Day

plus a bonus bc loOk AT THEM


in conclusion: they like to coordinate, they look good in suits, and their wedding pictures are gonna kill us all. thank you for your time.

thesun.co.uk
Taylor Swift's kebab shop owner 'overwhelmed' as they become most famous kebab shop in the world
TAYLOR Swift has caused quite a stir after heading to THIS kebab shop to film her new music video. The unimposing takeaway, called Kentish Delight, is located in north London and serves “grea…

TAYLOR Swift has caused quite a stir after heading to THIS kebab shop to film her new music video.

The unimposing takeaway, called Kentish Delight, is located in north London and serves “great skewers”, according to customers.

Signage outside the red, yellow and blue painted shopfront claims it is ‘THE BEST KEBABS IN LONDON’.

And since Taylor has put it on the map, it is fast becoming the most famous kebab shop in the world.

When The Sun Online called Kentish Delight, located in Kentish Town, the woman who answered said she has been overwhelmed with calls.

Sounding extremely flustered, she told us: “We’ve had a lot of phone calls and loads of people are wanting to come and take pictures.

"I’ve got an appointment with someone coming to see us in a minute.

"We’ve just had a lot of enquiries, that’s all I can say really. It’s all I can say right now.”

The woman didn’t embellish on who was set to pay her a visit before hanging up.

Kentish Delight sells a range of kebabs, burgers, fish and chicken dishes and a sign in its window boasts: “HOME MADE FOOD.”

Its most recent Food Hygiene Rating, set by the Food Standards Agency, is 'Good’, meaning it achieved a score of four out of five.

A description of Kentish delight on Just Eat reads: “Welcome to Kentish Delight Kebab & Burger, 381 Kentish Town Road, London offering you a delicious variety of Kebab Wraps, Burgers, Fish and Special Offers.”

Open six days a week, the takeaway offers free delivery to all customers living within a two mile radius.

A box of chicken and lamb skewers costs £6.40, while a portion of chicken wings - marinaded in onions, herbs and green peppers - is priced at £5.50.

Quarter pounders will set customers back £3, while vegetarians can grab four pieces of grilled halloumi with salad and sauce for £4.20.

Late-night revellers can fill their stomachs with a box of chips and cheese for £2.60.

One review on Google reads: “Great Skewers, really well cooked and friendliest staff. I highly recommend it.”

Another states: “Best kebab,best service- forget about anywhere else…if you like kebab and Turkish food-then this is the place to be.”

However one not-so-happy customer said: “Terrible service!!! Staff told us to shut up because we were laughing and chatting while eating our food.”

Taylor Swift brought more than 60 crew with her when she recorded her new video at Kentish Delight on the weekend.

The superstar pays homage to her romance with Brit boyfriend Joe Alwyn in the video, with her visiting incognito some of the places they went to when they first began dating.

It also includes his local pub, an alleyway and a trip on a London night bus.

A source said: “The video shows Taylor on a night out. All of the locations are places she has been to with Joe.

“She has spent months quietly going under the radar in London this year and has been out a lot more than anybody realises.“ (x)