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Taylor Swift

  1. TIME Names Anita Sarkeesian, Beyonce, J.K. Rowling and Other BAMFs the “30 Most Influential People on the Internet”

    A series of important tubes.

    TIME may not be down with Internet slang, but it did recently acknowledge a diverse and international group of people that are changing our world online and IRL as part of its "30 Most Influential People on the Internet" list.

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  2. Girl Scouts Parody Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” To Sell Cookies Like BOSSES

    Sa-mosas, Do-si-dos - they can read you like a magazine.

    In the world of INSANELY ADORABLE today, we have these awesome Girl Scouts, Kaylee and Lexi who, rather than relying on their parents to do all the grunt work, upped their advertising game and starred in the best commercial ever to help their cookie sales to friends and family.

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  3. Good Morning, Here Is a Brief Moment of The Rock Lip Syncing Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off’

    Haters gonna hate hate hate hate hate.

    A real thing that is happening this April is that LL Cool J is hosting a Tonight Show spin-off called Lip Sync Battle, which I would normally find preposterous except here is a trailer featuring The Rock lip syncing TSwift, so I'm probably going to need to watch the premiere live.

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  4. No Guilt In My Pleasures: How to Critique and Still Enjoy

    There’s something special about an entertainment guilty pleasure that allows an escape from regular life. Books, movies, TV shows, music, and comics that draw the consumer into a world unlike this one we live in, even if they aren’t the top of their craft in terms of production and intellect. Whether you’re depressed, frustrated with your life, or even just paid to criticize media, a guilty pleasure can offer a chance to turn off your brain and just enjoy something for a while. But does media th

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  5. #BreakTheInternet: Benedict Cumberbatch Does Perfect Impressions of Tom Hiddleston, Bane, Taylor Swift & More

    Still can't say penguin though.

    Wow, this guy is talented. He should be, like, an actor or something.

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  6. It’s Friday, So Here’s a 1989 Aerobic Video Perfectly Set To Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off”

    It's better than the real video. We swear.

    Say what you want about the cheesiness of exercise videos from the '80s and '90s—the high wasted leotards, the tightly curled perms, the overexcited facial gestures—but they do what they say on the tin. I legitimately want to get up and start dancing around now. Of course, I won't, because I'm too busy starting in raptured awe at how remarkably well the video lines up with Taylor Swift's hit single. Dang, y'all.

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  7. Taylor Swift Thinks Emma Watson Is The Incredible Feminist We Should All Aspire To Be

    PREACH.

    Emma Watson's beautiful speech to the UN supporting feminism and the HeForShe campaign was wonderful - so of course a bunch of people had to go ahead and hate her for it. Taylor Swift doesn't have time for any of your garbage, though, and she wants you to know she's 100% behind both feminism and Watson. Like, figuratively. You get it.

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  8. Katie Holmes, Possibly Taylor Swift Join the Cast of The Giver

    And So It Begins

    Soon, Lois Lowry's beloved novel The Giver will join the ranks of young adult books that have made it to the big screen. Come on, you know you've been waiting for this since you were twelve and checked it out of the school library. It's one of the classic dystopias for young readers, with its creepy community of too-perfect people who see everything in black and white (literally).

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  9. Pinterest User Credits Hitler Quotes to Taylor Swift, Reddit Responds in Kind

    Finally! A reason to use Pinterest we actually understand.

    It seems to happen every few months. A picture of a historical figure with a quote credited to them gets passed around the Internet, then someone points out that it wasn't them who said it. Then someone posts a snarky "Don't trust Internet quotes -- Abraham Lincoln" pic. This is like that, but way better.

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  10. Gollum Expresses His Inner Turmoil to the Music of Taylor Swift [VIDEO]

    My Precious!

    Ian James Walters, a.k.a. "That dude who sings songs as Gollum," tackles Taylor Swift with a Middle Earth version of "I Knew You Were Trouble." This time, with production value! Previously in Singing Gollum

    • Gollum Gives Relationship Advice, Sings About the Precious That He Used to Know
    • Gollum Does a Lord of the Rings Rendition of Donnie Darko's "Mad World"
    • Gollum Mourns the Loss of His Precious by Singing “I Dreamed A Dream” from Les Misérables. Like You Do.
    (via: BuzzFeed)

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