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13 hours ago • September/17/2014 • 194 notes
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13 hours ago • September/17/2014 • 673 notes
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Taylor Swift - Shake it off outtake #4 [The animators]



23 hours ago • September/17/2014 • 1,259 notes
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This is the last time I'm asking you why



23 hours ago • September/17/2014 • 1,065 notes
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23 hours ago • September/17/2014 • 295 notes
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problematicpoc:

"feat Nicki Minaj"

*skips to nicki’s verse* 



23 hours ago • September/17/2014 • 70,048 notes
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Taylor Swift + Olivia Benson 

Swift leads the way upstairs to her bedroom. Asleep on her massive four-poster bed is a tiny white ball of fur. “Olivia!” Swift says, scooping her up. It’s her two-month old kitten, named after Olivia Benson, from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. “Hear how loud she’s purring? She’s a stage-five clinger, for sure.” Downstairs somewhere is her other cat, Meredith, named after Meredith Grey from Grey’s Anatomy. “Strong, complex, independent women,” Swift says. “That’s the theme.” – Rolling Stone (x)



23 hours ago • September/17/2014 • 1,865 notes
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taylorswift:

youareinloves:

taylor swift is like that aunt that tries to be “hip” with the young’ns and “with the times” and then asks you what does bae stand for and after you tell her she starts calling everything bae even the lamp next to the couch

HEY YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE LAMP NEXT TO MY COUCH AND I WILL HAVE YOU KNOW THAT IT IS, IN FACT, VERY MUCH BAE.



1 day ago • September/17/2014 • 31,850 notes
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"It was a very experimental time in pop music. People realized songs didn’t have to be this standard drums-guitar-bass-whatever. We can make a song with synths and a drum pad. We can do group vocals the entire song. We can do so many different things. And I think what you saw happening with music was also happening in our culture, where people were just wearing whatever crazy colors they wanted to, because why not? There just seemed to be this energy about endless opportunities, endless possibilities, endless ways you could live your life. And so with this record, I thought, ‘There are no rules to this. I don’t need to use the same musicians I’ve used, or the same band, or the same producers, or the same formula. I can make whatever record I want.’"
— Taylor Swift on 1989 (x)


1 day ago • September/16/2014 • 584 notes
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