Swift had a lot to say during her recent Rolling Stone interview, and if we didn't know better, we might suspect that lavender lemonade she was sipping was spiked. Tay sounded pretty convinced her cell phone might be at the root of some elaborate conspiracy, and drunk people love a good conspiracy.
After a few cocktails, concepts move from concrete to abstract. And everything is like, whoa. Taylor Swift saying like, whoa, is, like, whoa.
Girl, yes. Every. single. time.
Ha ha, first and foremost, the mental picture of Swift and Lena Dunham (who she's referring to) makes our day. Second, say what?
C'mon, now. Tell us this doesn't sound like one of those classic stories drunk people tell. You know, the ones that start off crazy, end in a metaphor and leave you more confused about your life than when it started.
Well, now, this one is just self-explanatory. See also: stairs are tricky, too.
While they're at it, could someone invent an app that makes everything smell as good as it does when you are drunk? Because that feeling Swift is talking about? We totally get it. Food never smells better than when you're a little tipsy.
You know who Swift reminds us of when she says things like this? Charlotte from Sex and the City. And Charlotte was what we like to call a drunk sober person — that person who actually doesn't drink but has a knack for saying drunk-ish things like, "Do you think my hair is too shiny today?"
Swift is just high on life but, in general, nothing says public intoxication like rambling, overly optimistic self-affirmations. Especially ones involving sanity buttons.
Quoth every drunk girl ev-er.
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