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Taylor Swift - reputation (6th Album)

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Wildest Dream, Apr 15, 2016.

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  1. 90% of her fan base are insufferable, but she’s at least got a lot of them back on board with this video. At least, that’s what I can gauge from the garbage that fills my instagram explore page ddd.

    I rewatched it last night and I actually didn’t hate it the second time around. I still like the concept but it’s just not executed properly. The song remains incredible, though.
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  2. I love that you left it up rather than delete.
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  3. You're evil. *cackles*
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  4. I didn’t like it much at first, but I’ve been rediscovering Clean recently. It resonates particularly as you’re actually in that period of trying to get over someone. That claustrophobic feeling of trying to forget which seems endless at some point and then, one day, you wake up and feel normal again.

    But the feeling of longing never really goes away. “Just because you’re clean don’t mean you don’t miss it

    And you just know one wrong move, one phone call and you’ll be back again. “Now that I’m clean, I’m never gonna risk it
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  5. Solenciennes

    Solenciennes Staff Member

    Ach, stuff like that helps me to forget that Taylor acted like an idiot for the last couple of years.
  6. The more I listen, the more I think the second verse of Delicate is becoming one of my favorite Taylor lyrical moments ever.

    Third floor on the west side, me and you
    Handsome you’re a mansion with a view
    Do the girls back home touch you like I do?

    Long night with your hands up in my hair
    Echoes of your footsteps on the stairs
    Stay here honey I don’t wanna....share

    Serve me insecurity, and crippling self doubt about being enough for somebody else, Lord.
  7. Mr.Arroz

    Mr.Arroz Staff Member

    Not me
  8. The music video is serviceable. She really has no rythmn does she? Even when she is trying to freestyle it comes off weird.
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  9. Sad that her serving of limp La La Land fantasy helping some of you homosexuals forget that she's a self-serving Nazi enabler, isn't it?

    Isn't it?

    Isn't it?

    Isn't it?
  10. We haven't forgotten we are all just busy stanning the true Likable Pop Girl™ Donnald Trump.
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  11. RJF


    I will punch you and anyone else who implies I am a Taylor Swift sympathiser right in the throat I swear to God.
  12. Island

    Island Staff Member

    She'll be "strutting" on stage to Don't Blame Me like:
    and we will deal
  13. If you're going to steal something, at least do it better.
  14. Mr.Arroz

    Mr.Arroz Staff Member

    Me walking by Urban Outfitters' clothing racks
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  15. Mr.Arroz

    Mr.Arroz Staff Member

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  16. I can't wait for my buss to leap out of the tier seating to Charli XCX at the tour if she plays at least one song from Number 1 Angel and/or Pop2 while the 15 year old Dublin stans sit there motionless.
  17. Speaking of, this entire concept just feels like a poor man's Overprotected (Darkchild Remix).
  18. When that vocoder hits your radio for the first time
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  19. Standard T-Swift thread disclaimer clause part 3b: I want to clarify this post means nothing about Taylor or my sympathies towards herself or her politics except for what I'm saying about this video.

    I saw the Kenso commercial and this-- they do have a similar theme. I also have memories of acting a bit crazy/doing odd things while in empty places that are usually public. Right before my wedding I went full vogue in a super crazy fancy suite (where I was getting ready) because the incongruity of my attire vs. my usual attire and my location vs. my usual location + no one observing made me a bit giddy. I can also verify that employees like to do strange things when they are in retail stores after closing time. I think that may be a commonish human thing, so I can understand why more than one person would have the same idea and set it to video.
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