If you were Taylor Swift's housemate.....

Would you peep through the keyhole?


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Yeah it's late and I'm tired. That's what I meant. In the Anti Hero video there's a reference to this with the weighing scales and her looking in the mirror but they edited some of it out after.
I know all this as my friend is a Swiftie.
I think she looks a bit healthier now than some of the pictures previously.
I didn't mean my post to sound accusatory, sorry if it did. I just wondered if I missed something.
 
Yeah it's late and I'm tired. That's what I meant. In the Anti Hero video there's a reference to this with the weighing scales and her looking in the mirror but they edited some of it out after.
I know all this as my friend is a Swiftie.
I think she looks a bit healthier now than some of the pictures previously.
An eating disorder is a horrific illness and disability that is never “cured” as such. It never goes away. It is managed, to degrees that vary over time, in some cases it can be well managed for many years or even decades only to regain its power and kill the sufferer. It’s such an awful illness.
 
She's absolutely stunning looking like. Obviously you would
I genuinely don’t think she’s as great as everyone makes out, just personally taste obviously.

Of course I would but I wouldn’t want it getting into the papers or anything like that.

I’ve never heard any of her music and don’t plan on listening to it either
 
I genuinely don’t think she’s as great as everyone makes out, just personally taste obviously.

Of course I would but I wouldn’t want it getting into the papers or anything like that.

I’ve never heard any of her music and don’t plan on listening to it either
Genuinely, she isn’t my cuppa either.
But fair focs fir what she achieved
 
Taylor doesn't even make my top 5 most beautiful women of all time.

My list, for anyone who is interested, is -

1. Audrey Hepburn
2. Princess Grace
3. "Jet" from Gladiators
4. Matlock
5. Natalie Imbruglia
 
An eating disorder is a horrific illness and disability that is never “cured” as such. It never goes away. It is managed, to degrees that vary over time, in some cases it can be well managed for many years or even decades only to regain its power and kill the sufferer. It’s such an awful illness.
This

Watched a documentary on Karen Carpenter recently, very sad what happened to her
She had a fantastic voice
 
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