Taylor Swift would never chase a guy


While the 23-year-old singer has a number of tricks she uses to show a member of the opposite sex when she is interested in him, Taylor insists she would never actively pursue someone.

She said: "I ran into this problem a lot when I was in Junior High because the guy I liked never noticed me. The best thing to do is give little hints. Go up and talk to him! But don't seem desperate. And never chase a boy.

'I think it's always good to be somebody's friends first. If it escalates into something more, that's awesome. If not, now you've got another friend. 'Never be jealous. You can be competitive, but never be jealous. If you're jealous in a relationship, it's because you're not confident in yourself.'

Taylor also revealed she had her first kiss at the age of 15.

The 'We Are Never Getting Back Together' hitmaker - who has dated a string of stars including Joe Jonas, Harry Styles and Jake Gyllenhaal - says she was a late bloomer but is happy she waited because she dated the guy for a year afterwards.

She told Tiger Beat: 'I was 15. I was one of the last of my friends to ever kiss a guy. It wasn't a bad kiss. I think it was cute. We ended up dating for a year!'

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I've been through a lot of bullshit!

I wear my big plaid coat, my orthopedic shoes, and I laugh.

I look at all these stupid, young pricks. They think they know pain. They think they know love.

They think they know me.


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My belief has always been, to fully appreciate an artist's work, you have to be able to get inside their head, and see their art the way they see it. If you can do that, you'll get the true message the artist is trying to send. Sometimes that message can be a celebration of life, but other times it can be a cry for help. I'm hoping your art turns out to swing closer to the former than he latter.


Or a celebration of crying through life. Which would be manic depression.

Or crying for a life of celebration. Which sounds a lot like alcoholism.

Or maybe just a swing and a Miss. E. Which would indicate eye/hand co-ordination issues and therefore a career in major league baseball is not an option.

And it seems that fairy tale endings seem to only exist in fairytales.

This, and the generic sex appeal of Fabio, seems to escape most of us romantics, which causes us to not understand that karma biting us on the arse at fairly regular intervals is a pattern, and not a black swan, 1 in a 1 million, outlier event.