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Taylor Swift's Alleged Old Myspace Comments Are Pretty Great


Before Taylor Swift was like THE Taylor Swift, she was just a normal-ish teen on Myspace.

This was apparently Taylor's first Myspace picture...

... and here's an early selfie reminiscent of most digital camera selfies* of the mid-2000s...

... and here's just a really random emo pic that screams Myspace but is actually from an appearance on CSI.

BUT... what's even better than any of her Myspace pictures are the comments she used to leave on her friends' comment sections or walls or whatever they were called on Myspace.

They're awesome.

The following were supposedly screencapped a few years ago before Myspace went to complete shit. They can't be 100% verified so I guess you have to take these with a grain of salt 🌚

The comments are mostly random inside jokes like this one where she says "haha fuck sewing machines."

These ones are about the artist Grant Wood, her friend's boobs, and the word "durr."

Even Taylor hated when her friends posted bad pics of her!

This one has another random inside joke from the move Sahara.

Here she is sub-wall commenting about someone else (a very mid-2000s thing) and talking about posting PROM PICTURES!!!

This one is super weird but is especially notable for the use of "queer fellow," "top 8," "sex van" and the words "thinketh" + "hangeth." Honestly this one is just so rich.

Apparently Taylor really had a thing for sketchy vans.

In this one she's just randomly complimenting a person (which was a normal thing to do back then in the olden when you were bored.)

Here's some weird ass limerick.

Here's two more with some random inside jokes about deep-throating a lollipop (I feel like everyone had an inside joke about deep-throating lollipops) and a tiger-lion hybrid whore.

And in this one she uses the word "Chorttle."

In conclusion,

Fuck sewing machines.

Correction: That emo pic was from an appearance on CSI and not from her actual Myspace. We all lose.

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