Christie Matthews

I’m So Sick Of This Question!

I’m So Sick Of This Question!

Taylor swift adorns the cover of Glamour Magazines November edition and inside she’s interviewed and asked the same question she’s always asked. Why she can’t sustain a relationship? Her answer in this interview is so simple and honest. She say’s , quote, “Because I’ve never had a perfect fit with someone.”   Makes complete sense to me but it appears that every journalist on the planet Earth feels the need to ask her this stupid question over and over and over. Then they criticize her for “dating” or  ” talking to” or ” Being seen with _____”  REALLY?  When are people gonna cut this girl some slack.  Taylor is just like everyone else. She’s searching for her soul mate. It takes time.  Not everyone finds their one true love the first go round. She’s young, she’s single, and she can date or be seen with or talk to whoever she wants and it’s no ones business but hers. Quit asking stupid questions and use that fancy journalism degree of yours to ask some real questions about her music. Okay.. I’m done.  TaylorSwiftGlamourUK

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