From purchasing porn sites to shading the Princeton Review? Just a day in the life of Taylor Swift !
Hours after it was reported that the 25-year-old beauty bought several adult websites featuring her moniker in order to protect her brand, the "Blank Space" singer is making headlines again—this time, thanks to her Tumblr page.
As fans of the songstress know, the musician loves to keep up with her Swifties on social media, and on Monday, the "Shake It Off" stunner responded to two different fans who brought some swift news to her attention.
Apparently, the Princeton Review is trying to up their cool cred with a series of SAT practice tests that use popular song lyrics—including T.Swift's hit tune "Fifteen"—to teach students about grammar. "Pop lyrics are a great source of bad grammar," the lesson reads before quoting the hit 2008 single.
The only problem? The Princeton Review accused Swift of using bad grammar, even though the company misquoted her own tune.
"Somebody tells you they love you, you got to believe 'em," read the practice test quote, although the correct line is, "Somebody tells you they love you, you're gonna believe them."
Of course, a loyal fan brought the snafu to Swift's attention, and she promptly responded to the error on her Tumblr page (to make matters worse, Swift's purported enemy, Katy Perry, is correctly quoted in the text).
"Not the right lyrics at all pssshhhh," the recording artist wrote. "You had one job, test people. One job."
But that's not all Swift had to share on Tumblr today! She also responded to one fan who pointed out that the latest models at H&M bear a striking resemblance to Ms. Swift.
"H&M seems to be spawning an army of Taylor Swifts," one Swiftie wrote to which Taylor replied, "Lol I thought that was me."
Calling Meredith and Olivia!