I sense a new Taylor Swift hit coming soon

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Taylor Swift And Harry Styles Break Up After Blowout In The BVI

After Taylor Swift, 23, and One Direction boy bander Harry Styles, 18, shared a kiss on New Year’s Eve in New York City following Swift’s Times Square performance, the couple jetted off for a romantic holiday in Virgin Gorda — but not everything went according to plan.

The couple arrived at Virgin Gorda — the third largest of the British Virgin Islands known for its “yacht clubs, quiet coves, safe anchorages and luxury resorts and villas” — on Tuesday, Jan. 1, and even posed for photos with fans at the local CocoMaya restaurant

But on Friday, Jan. 4, Swift caught the first flight out of Virgin Gorda and headed back to the states after getting into a heated argument with Styles that ended the two-month relationship, according to a source close to One Direction.

Styles, meanwhile, island-hopped over to Richard Branson’s private Necker Island as soon as Swift departed.

“Richard Branson heard Harry was staying nearby so invited him to come check out Necker,” the source tells Business Insider. “So when Taylor left for the states, Harry went to Branson’s island for the day to let off some steam.”

While Styles only stayed on Necker Island for a short while and later returned to Virgin Gorda solo, a source says “he did plenty of partying and was definitely enjoying himself while hanging out with guests. He returned to Virgin Gorda in the early morning hours looking like he had a raucous night.”


I hear that Justin Bieber is available again.

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61 Responses to I sense a new Taylor Swift hit coming soon

  1. myiq2xu (D) says:
  2. catarina says:

    “Taylor Swift And Harry Styles Break Up..”

    THANK GOD!

    • elliesmom says:

      I guess some women have a harder time than others sorting out which frogs are princes and which ones are just common everyday frogs.

    • Constance says:

      I love the way Taylor Swift runs through the boys!

      • jeffhas says:

        She’s got notches on her belt… or bedpost… or maybe she cuts a lock of their hair and collects it (somewhere there’s a creepy movie about how she knocks ‘em down).

  3. Constance says:

    ” If you have a family member who you fear poses an emergent danger to him or herself or others, the clock is already running. Do not just wait and pray.” A letter from the father of a rampage murderer.

    http://seattletimes.com/html/opinion/2020061391_waltstawickiopedxml.html

  4. yttik says:

    Good for her! I totally blame whats-his-face. Girls probably shouldn’t date until they’re 30 anyway, because boys, kind of like cheese, really need time to age and mature. I can’t think of anybody worst for Taylor than a 19 yr old boy wonder with money and fame. Uhg, makes me shudder just thinking about it! Teen age boys tend to think the world revolves around them anyway, can you imagine how obnoxious a pop star would be??

    • As a male I think it’s clear “teen age years” usually lasts into the late 30′s – IF a smart woman comes along meanwhile and recognizes “potential”. Otherwise it lasts into retirement. Might as well admit it.

  5. fif says:

    Um…Taylor…let’s talk about your choices for a second: Jake Gyllenhaal, John Mayer, Styles. (And why do I even know this?!) And she wonders why these rock solid young “dreamboats” don’t work out? How about a non-celebrity? Crazy kid.

  6. Lulu says:

    Why does she like little boys that look like toddlers?

  7. DeniseVB says:

    Michelle’s BFF for “Let’s Move” now hawking Pepsi for 50 million? Think of the children !

    http://www.whitehousedossier.com/2013/01/07/michelles-move-bud-beyonce-selling-sugar-water/

  8. HELENK says:

    Iowa Hawk

    Remember, $1 trillion coins only work if you close your eyes, click your heels 3 times, and throw into the mall fountain.

  9. HELENK says:

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/these-are-the-top-10-jobs-most-likely-to-attract-psychopaths-should-we-be-worried/

    I thought it was because I worked for a newspaper and the railroad that all the nuts found me

  10. HELENK says:

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/streaming-box-roku-announces-cable-deal-with-time-warner-which-is-big-news-for-you/

    finally a deal that helps me!!!!!
    i have time warner cable and just bought Roku will have it put tomorrow morning

    • yttik says:

      That is good news! Cable TV really is going the way of the dinosaurs, not so much because of technology, but because of the absolute crap they offer and their constant advertising.

  11. DandyTiger says:

    Ah, music stars and their dating. I think this sort of thing is a job requirement.

  12. elliesmom says:

    Serious question – although asking a serious question in the evening hours can be dangerous here. My grandson is in 1st grade but can read at 5th grade level. While he’s at school, he’s stuck reading “The cat sat on the mat”, but when he comes home he devours any book we give him. He finished reading “Where the Sidewalk Ends” today, and he loved it. He also loved “Charlotte’s Web”. We need some suggestions for books written with a 5th grade or so vocabulary and complexity of sentence structure, but with a 6 or 7 year old appropriate story line. I’m experienced at picking out age appropriate stories for girls younger than their reading scores because his mother was an advanced reader, but my son was a “reluctant reader” at this age. He didn’t discover reading for pleasure until he was a teenaged cancer patient, and we read “To Kill a Mockingbird” together. Any books you or the young boys in your life really liked?

    • yttik says:

      I had that problem with my daughter, she was reading at a high level but it was hard to find age appropriate books that didn’t have young adult themes.

      Probably still too grown up for a first grader, but I loved the Narnia books, Tom Sawyer/Huck Finn, Treasure Island, Wrinkle in Time. My son loved the Hardy Boys and Goosebumps when he was a new reader. Goosebumps can be kind of scary, though.

    • Somebody says:

      Check some homeschool suggested reading lists.

      I hope your son is a survivor Elliesmom, my 13 year old is a cancer survivor and homeschooled. I understand completely how your son found a love of books during treatment. My daughter liked the Warriors series which is probably more to a boy’s liking. Another pick might be The Overlander series or Chronicles of Narnia. Beyond that Tuck Everlasting, Call of the Wild, A Wrinkle in Time, Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn (my daughter’s favorites), Number the Stars, The Borrowers, Inkheart, Wizard of Oz………Don’t forget to check out some of the biography books geared toward that age, they range from founding fathers to scientists and everything inbetween.

      I hope that helps, those are off the top of my head. I’m required to keep everything for 3 years so when I get a chance I can go back and look at her 5th grade reading list and also her AR books.

      • elliesmom says:

        My son is not only a survivor, he has run the Boston Marathon for Dana Farber twice. He was in high school when he was diagnosed. Fortunately for him, I’m a math and science teacher so getting permission to home school him that year was pretty easy. The weeks he was in the hospital I tutored all of the high school aged kids. One of the things that jumped right out at me is how much less time it took to cover the work when all of the “administrative” parts of the school day were eliminated. My son said he was sorry it took his getting cancer for us to give homeschooling a try.

        Thanks for your suggestions. You, too, yttik. I hadn’t thought of Treasure Island, but I think he’d really like that. I know his mom has read “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” to him. He might be ready to take on the next book himself. I loved “The Borrowers” when I was a kid.

    • Underwhelmed says:

      You could try Terry Pratchett’s work, if he’s the kind of kid who enjoys fantasy. You’ve got his regular Discworld books, plus some expressly written for younger readers, plus Truckers, Diggers and Wings. IMHO, the Alzheimers has pretty much now made him unreadable, but pre-illness he’s spectacular, I think.

    • Mary says:

      Where the Red Fern Grows.

      My now adult son loved it, and he was a reader like your grandson.
      You may have to read it with him, but he’ll love it.

  13. DeniseVB says:

    The Obama Gift Shop is now open. Git yer red hot items here ….

    http://blogs.suntimes.com/sweet/2013/01/obama_inauguration_committee_s.html

    Creeped me out to see a WH Cameo pin with 2009-2017. Sounds like a long, long time :(

  14. Somebody says:

    Just dropped by to say Roll Tide!!!!!!

  15. myiq2xu (D) says:

    Dandy Tiger’s favorite is “Kissin’ Kousins“:

    It’s official. The phenomenon which is “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” has infiltrated every last crevice of our psyche. Including our sex lives. Boo Boo and other “redneck” reality shows like “Duck Dynasty,” “Bayou Billionaires” and “Swamp People” are causing an obsession with “hillbilly porn.” Adult website Gamelink.com confirms that there has been a 250 percent increase in titles like “Hillbilly Honeys,” “Real White Trash,” and “Ozark Sex Fiend” since 2010.

  16. HELENK says:

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/01/07/Overtaxed-and-Twentysomething

    some of the twenty somethings are waking up and they are getting mad as hell

    • Constance says:

      It’s about time. I keep wondering how long young folks are going to keep letting the Democrat party jerk them around. I also keep waiting for “feminists” to get angry that Obama has only male advisers, Threw Susan Rice’s integrity under the bus to save his sorry ass on Benghazi, and doesn’t pressure Democrats to appoint women to vacant Senate seats as in Hawaii, then talks about abortion for 3 months before every election in the most manipulative way and calls that being sensitive to “the women’s issue”. Women and the young are totally getting screwed by Obama Democrats.

  17. HELENK says:

    news rag that published the names and addresses of legal gun owners has at least 25% WRONG.
    people have died or moved away and the court documents have not been updated.

    • myiq2xu (D) says:

      There once were two cats of Kilkenny
      Each thought there was one cat too many
      So they fought and they fit
      And they scratched and they bit
      ‘Til (excepting their nails
      And the tips of their tails)
      Instead of two cats there weren’t any!

  18. HELENK says:

    #BREAKING: Bama wins BCS title 42-14 over Notre Dame http://t.co/q4staaJ2 @NBC6Sports #BCSChampionship

  19. myiq2xu (D) says:

    Watching Zombie Apocalypse on SyFy. Reminds me of the 2008 primary.

  20. Underwhelmed says:

    LIfted from Why Not @ Uppity’s place because a straight topic link wouldn’t be obvious:

    Check out NOW.MSNBC’s link title on the Mom who (beyond a shadow of a doubt) rightly, courageously defended she and her kids:
    Yep, this is what it says:
    “Trigger-happy Atlanta mom shoots intruder in the face 5 times”
    Here’s the page that contains that text link (first link on left column – at the bottom of the page under: “Most Commented”)

    http://now.msn.com/atlanta-mom-shoots-intruder-in-the-face-5-times

    Photo of intruder shows he is A/A. No mention of heroic mother’s ethnicity. No doubt she’s a racist bitch for wanting to protect herself and her children from a man who broke into her home and he’s an innocent victim of society./s

    They changed the article title but they published it first.

    If any member of the Protected Classes had defended his/her family like this, the Usual Suspects would be cheering, while simultaneously blaming every day Republicans, Sara Palin, Mitt Romney and anyone who defends your Second Amendment for the need this man felt to break into someone else’s home.

  21. myiq2xu (D) says:

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