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"It's not you, it's me..."

While I'm not usually one to comment upon celebrity gossip, I heard something on FM 94/9 this morning that made me just shake my head.

Last night, according to this report, Taylor Swift broke up with her most recent boyfriend.

Now you all know what Swift's M.O. for these things is: she writes at least one song, sometimes several, about said breakup. It's become the running joke of her musical career. As much as I have poked fun at Sheryl Crow for writing two albums' worth of songs about how effed up her relationship with Eric Clapton was, at least we all know that Clapton is a supremely effed up individual, and so the epic collapse of that relationship can't be entirely blamed on Crow. In Swift's case, though . . .

Lemme just say this: when seven* high-profile relationships (and who knows how many low-profile ones) end badly, it isn't them!

It's you!

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*I looked this up on Wikipedia. For all that I am a fount of trivial knowledge, I did not have this tidbit memorized.

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buddykat
Jun. 5th, 2016 05:53 am (UTC)
I'm fairly certain she's actually admitted that she sucks at relationships.
kishiriadgr
Jun. 7th, 2016 08:28 pm (UTC)
I've observed this with people who claim every last roommate or tenant of theirs is insane.

My stalker complained on her LJ (since deleted) that woe is she, every last friend and family member has abandoned her. So unfair. The one time she directed this at me, I told her, "Then it's YOU, buttercup." My feedback was not appreciated.
ebenbrooks
Jun. 7th, 2016 08:59 pm (UTC)
Of course not. No one wants to hear that they themselves are the problem.
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