Taylor Swift Is Our Seventh-Grade Nemesis In “Vogue”

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Taylor Swift Is Our Seventh-Grade Nemesis In "Vogue"

Taylor Swift's nights may still be haunted by one Pennsylvania middle school's pinnacle of seventh-grade perfection, but adolescent insecurities haven't prevented her from stacking up an impressive list of accomplishments, and a heavy workload for 2012. In the February issue of Vogue, the 22-year-old talks plans for a new album—about heartbreak, natch—and schools fans in notable innovators they may or may not have previously known. But what she really needs to do is stop looking so pretty in all of her photo spreads, if only to prevent herself from becoming a future Sara Jaxheimer to some other nerdy, sneakers-wearing girl with a guitar and a dream. Click through to see what we mean.
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Taylor Swift Is Our Seventh-Grade Nemesis In "Vogue"

Yes, songwriting is really that luxurious.
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Taylor Swift Is Our Seventh-Grade Nemesis In "Vogue"

Don't let the Grammy Awards fool you, Taylor's just a down home girl who still uses a pay phone (to call one of her very famous friends before the next installment of her live covers project).
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Taylor Swift Is Our Seventh-Grade Nemesis In "Vogue"

Note: All potential T-Swift suitors must meet the approval of the Speak Now crew.
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Taylor Swift Is Our Seventh-Grade Nemesis In "Vogue"

According to our trusty mood ring, blue means she's relaxed, normal and receiving. So consider yourself  safe this time, ex-boyfriend du jour.
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