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I have never been a Swifty, and I never will be. Taylor Swift has the maturity of a 15-year-old girl. Despite the fact that she’s about to turn 34 in December (my age), she acts like she is 15. Yet the media continue to applaud her bad behavior. As she ages, she has become more and more vicious. Swift is being used by the Left — and she is going to continue to be used by the Left.
Despite being nearly 34 years old, Taylor Swift is still vicious toward her exes. It doesn’t even matter which one of them it is. She always has some ax to grind. One of the best examples of such an ax is an ex-boyfriend from a very long time ago. In 2008, Joe Jonas (Joe of the Jonas Brothers) broke up with Swift in a 27-second call — and she still has not let it go. Jonas, who is now 31 and a fully grown adult, is now in the middle of a very messy public divorce. His soon-to-be ex and mother of his children is Sophie Turner, who acted in “Game of Thrones.” They are a real couple. They have real children. And in the middle of this divorce, they are feuding over where their children are going to live: in America, where Jonas lives, or in the U.K., where Turner is from. This has gotten nasty in the press.
Enter, Taylor Swift. Out of nowhere, Swift and Turner become besties overnight amidst Turner’s divorce. From Turner’s perspective, if you want to get back at your soon-to-be ex-husband, you might just reach back out to one of his exes who you know will engage in petty public behavior. From Swift’s perspective, if you want to get back at one of your ex-boyfriends who burned you when you were a teenager, what better way to do it than to hang out with his almost ex-wife who he is separated from and going through a messy divorce. How unbelievably petty.
The two were spotted leaving New York City’s Hotel Barrière Fouquet’s New York last week, willingly getting photographed. They openly walked out of the restaurant together. After all, Swift isn’t seen unless she wants to be seen. But this is the petty sort of behavior Swift engages in. I do not understand why people don’t say this is wrong.
This is a marriage. There are children involved. Not to mention this has been over 15 years. She should move on from her bad break-up from Joe Jonas. When your agent calls and asks if you want to hang out with Sophie Turner, you should say no because she is in the middle of a divorce with one of your exes. The answer should be no because you are a 33-year-old woman and because Turner has children. You should say you understand why Turner is engaging in petty behavior — because her feelings are involved — but since you don’t have those same feelings, you say no because you don’t want to get involved in someone else’s divorce.
When it comes to men and being petty, there seems to be no bottom to Taylor Swift’s behavior. She recently dated Joe Alwyn for six years, and after they broke up, she coordinated with her girlfriends so they would all unfollow him on the same day on Instagram. Why? Because she has the maturity of a 15-year-old. These are middle school antics. To have all your friends en masse unfollow him on social media to prove their loyalty? That is not how a 33-year-old woman should act. Unfollowing someone on the same day to prove a point — “These are my friends, not yours!” — is bratty. That type of behavior should be beneath her. But this is why she has a legion of 15-year-old fans who will go to bat for her. (They will do it in my comments.) But she has never grown up from engaging in 15-year-old behavior. In fact, I might actually even say younger.
This friendship is one developed out of spite. And it’s yet another reason I will never be a Swifty. She is a brat who has an underdeveloped brain because she found fame when she was too young. No one will ever convince me otherwise.