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the high horse analogy just doesnt resonate w me i dont understand why i should want to get off my high horse my horse is so tall, he is enormous and titanically powerful, he will stamp on my dissidents and scatter them like cockroaches, its a good place for me to be strategically

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Any emotions we go through in our teenage years, they are volatile and intense, but they’re valid. That’s why my fans and I get along so well and that’s why we understand each other, you know, they have so many people who are so far removed from their teenage years telling them, ‘Why are you being so dramatic? Heartbreak is easy. You just get over it.’ I was just there a few years ago, so that’s why I always try to encourage them that it’s okay to be feeling what they’re feeling.

Any emotions we go through in our teenage years, they are volatile and intense, but they’re valid. That’s why my fans and I get along so well and that’s why we understand each other, you know, they have so many people who are so far removed from their teenage years telling them, ‘Why are you being so dramatic? Heartbreak is easy. You just get over it.’ I was just there a few years ago, so that’s why I always try to encourage them that it’s okay to be feeling what they’re feeling.

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So I’m a big Taylor fan, like everybody else I suppose, and I heard the snippet that they played on Good Morning America. […] It was just a small tidbit and I texted Jack [Antonoff] — Just to make it very clear we’re not like best friends or anything. […] He’s always been nice to me and we exchanged information. […] So when I heard this one song I was like “Oh man, this is cool. It sounds like —” forgetting that Jack had worked on it, I was like “Oh man, this sounds like a cool Bleachers cover done by Taylor Swift.” I texted him and I looked it up, and it turned out that he had actually co-written and produced the song with her, so I was like “Hey man, this sounds great. I’m glad to hear it.”
Darren Criss on Taylor Swift’s "Out of the Woods" (x)

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