An unfiltered and uncut assessment.
I am a lifelong HUGE U2 fan (I literally grew up with the band, as the members are just a few years older than me), so I totally get the obsessed thing. I'm known for driving my friends and husband batshit stir crazy when they are on tour.
Having said that, I'm also a fairly newish Swifty convert. While I don't know everysignglewordtoeverysignlesong, I do like her stuff and saw her for the first time a couple of months ago. It was an amazing show, she knows how to entertain and she's a hell of a lot smarter than the media give her credit for. Fingers crossed for your girlfriend that she is able to get a ticket!
I'd even go one further (and I have, in my own life): don't have heroes in the first place.
People suck. They turn out to be monsters.
Ideas, on the other hand, are worthy of observation and maybe even admiration.
Can a concept be a hero?
The bad blood part just felt right. 😏
I need you to convince your girlfriend to get her own substack so that we can ally against you
I'm sorry. The sooner you realize that she's already gone, the sooner you can begin to heal.
Telling us more about the Herbie Hancock might give you a reprieve from this hell--even if for just a minute. We're listening when you're ready to talk.
Damn you for making me handwrite Jack Antonoff and Seventh of July onto a strip of toilet paper while reading this minutes after eating some questionable fish left out on the kitchen counter.
Wait a minute, there are no “e”s in Antonoff I said to myself, feeling as gullible as that time I told a Taylor Swift fan that the word gullible isn’t in the dictionary.
This is hysterically hilarious. And I say that as someone who thinks TS is a very talented songwriter. But the QAnon vibes are so spot on.