If it's necessarily to spout the mantra, "I never chase boys," then Taylor Swift must be a traditional kind of girl. She also said that boys "don't like" being chased when she was interviewed by Elle magazine, and now this meaningful discussion on how a girl can get a guy is going viral on Feb. 12.
According to a slew of sources, including United Press International, this cover girl who usually writes about the guys she once dated (right, John Mayer?) claims she has never, ever, ever yelled at any of her beaus.
"I'm not a yeller," the country crossover singer proclaims. "I'm not a fit thrower," Swift insisted.
However, what Taylor is for sure is a person who likes to get out her angst about troubles with the opposite sex through song. She even does this during award shows, as witnessed on Sunday when she took on a British accent as if to tease her most recent (former) boyfriend, Harry Styles of One Direction fame.
Still, this young lady does feel the pain of a break-up and so when she pens a song, she says she understands what happened "better. If people want to dissect the lyrics, that's their right, " she asserts. "But, it's all coming from the exact same place..."
And so where is that?
It's a place where the person who never chases boys can find comfort: in her songs. With that in mind, Harry Styles must be waiting with bated breath for the next Taylor Swift hit, and chances are he won't like it.