If there’s ever been any question about the power of Taylor Swift’s name to move records, this should dispel it. Some sort of glitch in the Canadian version of iTunes Tuesday morning led to the release of what was ostensibly a new track from her album. The record, for now titled only “Track 3,” is nothing more than 8 seconds of static, but that didn’t stop fans from taking it straight to No. 1.
As of this morning the 8 seconds of white noise—which we should have embedded for your pleasure shortly—remains at No. 1, where it sits just ahead, of course, two other songs from Taylor Swift.
this is important. this is the most important thing to happen to pop music in decades.
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there is no such thing as “hoping” about gaylor swift, there is only “reality” and “objective truth.”
you can want who you want, boys and boys and girls and girls
today in my Gay History Class, which is a class you get to take when you go to college, we were talking about boston marriages and anne was like ‘remember how taylor swift is living with a model currently in a gay situation’ in class discussion, and everyone was like ‘but taylor swift is straight, appreciate the sentiment tho.’ they’ll all see. soon. they’ll all see.
fire all academics who write “queering [ALREADY VERY GAY THING]” papers, it’s just LAZY.
college is a truly amazing place