All right, you’re gonna want to sit down for this. Are you sitting down? It’s crucial that you be in a seated position. You can sit on a sofa or a couch or the floor, just … sit anywhere, it’s cool. Actually, do you need a glass of water? Tea? Coffee? We’re here for you. It’ll be okay. Taylor Swift and One Direction‘s Harry Styles broke up. It’ll be okay. It’ll be okay. IT. LL. BE. OKAY. From Page Six …
Styles, 18, and Swift, 23, flew to Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands on Tuesday, January 1, where they were spotted posing with friends at the CocoMaya restaurant. But just three days later, Swift caught an early-morning flight off of the island on January 4, after a blow-up fight with the boybander. Swift looked glum and introspective as she caught a boat solo to the airport on the morning of January 4. Styles then took a trip over to Richard Branson’s private resort on Necker Island, where he hung out in the hottub and mingled with female fans until the early morning hours, according Business Insider. By Saturday, January 5, he was back in the U.K. While Swift’s breakup song may be yet to come, she gave a hint that she was feeling jilted on Twitter on January 5, when she posted “…’til you put me down.” She’ll likely find solace, however, in bestie Selena Gomez, who is dealing with a breakup of her own after her New Year’s trip to Mexico with Justin Bieber went bad.
You know, we joked a lot about the severity of this breakup earlier in this article, but seriously, let me make this perfectly clear:
Jump up your own ass, Taylor Swift.
You’ve plowed through half of Hollywood at this point, and every time you break-up (AND YOU ALWAYS DO) you write a song about how he’s the problem. The other guy is always the problem. Here’s a thought: Maybe it’s you? Maybe the girl who keeps dating men, breaking up with them, and then writing break up songs about them is the reason why this girl’s relationships don’t work. Here’s the thing: I have a lot of friends who keep repeating the same patterns with everyone they date, when they break up, they always bitch and moan because it’s never they’re fault. Never. Except it is! Two people are in a relationship, and both of you are to blame when it doesn’t work out because that’s just how it is. Stop acting like the constant victim of mean, doo-doo head boys, Taylor Swift. It’s so not cute.