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Taylor Lautner + Taylor Swift = <3

If Taylor Lautner has to be straight (and let's face facts, he's straight), I think he should date Taylor Swift. I find them both attractive, well-spoken, and talented - basically the perfect couple.

Regardless of Taylor Lautner's sexuality, he should never wear a shirt again. Here's proof:

And just for the sake of equality, here's a song by Taylor Swift: You Belong With Me.

Questions: who do you think Taylor Lautner should date? Wouldn't the Taylors be cute together? Since the director/producers of the Twilight films are making Taylor L into a sex symbol, is it okay to perv? Team Jacob or Team Edward? (Note: if you don't say "Team Jacob" you are dead to me. DEAD.)


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    ((runs away))

    also, the past two saturdays I have spent at least an hour watching the video for You Belong With Me on repeat. WHY WHY WHY do I love Taylor Swift so?


    Ugh I know, right? I really feel like I should despise Taylor Swift, but she nails the country pop thing so well! And she seems so earnest!

  3. I totally wasn't looking at pictures of this child on another website just before moseying on over to this site...

  4. This is called "good taste." You have it. ;)

  5. oh dear, you could crush mint on those abs. Yikes.

  6. Nader: you could do a load of laundry on those abs. I've got serious ab-envy.

    Brittany: YES!!!


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