Seven Reasons You Can’t Dislike Taylor Swift

I’m as sick of this face as you are…


C’mon Taylor, you can’t still be that surprised…that you won another award.

But regardless what my gut is telling me…I can’t dislike Taylor Swift. It’s impossible; I even feel a little guilty for trying to dislike her.

I suppose I’ll just give in & admit that I’m a swiftie. You’re probably one too – even if you don’t know it.

Seven Reasons You Can’t Dislike Taylor Swift

1.) She’s not pretty enough for us ladies to dislike her based solely on her looks**. (Yeah…that may sound vain, but I’m sure plenty of you girls know exactly what I’m talking about.) 

not that pretty taylor swift gif

2.) This Tweet.

taylor tweet

3.) She’s a good role model. If I had a daughter…Taylor isn’t so bad…when there’s also Miley. DISCLAIMER: I like Miley. I am almost 30. My rhetorical daughter is 8.

shut the fuck up taylor swift

…Totally classy…

4.) Last month she donated $50,000 to a children’s hospital in Philadelphia. Obviously, she has way more money than what she can spend…but she regularly donates to 26 other charities as well.
charity5.) She loves her cat…a lot.
taylor gif cat 
6.) There was this one time…she rapped with T-Pain…& her mom was in the video.
7.) Most importantly…(Yes, I like this more than charity…) She’s Awkward.
awkward gif taylor swift
Tell me this didn’t make you laugh… I won’t believe you.

Like…really awkward….which in turn – makes her totally likable. I’m done denying my adoration of T-Swift.

She’s kind of awesome.

love you guys taylor
& you love her too…

** I didn’t say she was ugly. I didn’t say she was unattractive. Relax.



Who Donated Money To Shanesha Taylor?

There is a buzz going around about a mother in Arizona who left her 2 small children in her vehicle while she attended a job interview…for an hour.

The children were 2 years little & 6 months little.

If you have no clue what I’m talking about & you’d like to get caught up to speed you can read this.

Her mugshot got released & there are tears streaming down her face; as you can imagine, she looks pretty darn sad.

I’ll admit it. Before I knew some of the details, I also felt that little, “Weeellll….She is homeless. She really needed the job” feeling.

I’m human.

The lady in New Jersey who started some sort of online fund for her apparently felt super-duper-out-of-this-world bad for her.

Unfortunatly Apparently she was not alone seeing as more than $90,000 was donated.

Dear People [who donated money to this woman],

Seeing as you have extra money to give, I would like to provide you with a few better obvious other options.

I will make the process familiar & very simple.

If you are feeling so inclined to donate, just go right ahead and click on the charity of your choosing.

Thank you for your consideration,


The keys were left in the vehicle, but I’m not sure why.

Logically and most obviously : to have the air conditioner running.

Nope, but she did have the decency to leave the windows open about an inch. I looked it up; It was 83 degrees in Scottsdale, Arizona on March 20th. The 6 month old baby was dressed in a t-shirt, layered over a long sleeve shirt & had a blanket on.

I’m not saying I would have condoned her immense stupidity, I do however feel confident saying I wouldn’t hate her (as much) if she attempted to do more than crack the windows.

I put myself in her shoes to the best of my ability. I sympathize with her sad situation. Even if her intentions were good, nothing I came up with justifies her actions.

It’s child abuse. Period.

On the chance that it’s literally impossible for you to find appropriate care for your children & missing a job interview is just not an option (because you’re a good mother and have the motivation to provide) … you trot those kids in there with you.

It’d be risky… It certainly has potential to be frowned upon.

With that being said…

I am willing to guarantee it is less frowned upon than leaving your kids (babies) in a hot vehicle unattended for an hour.

I would not be upset about $90,000 being donated to a homeless woman who brought her children to a job interview.