Taylor Swift told In Style that on dating she needs to ‘sit it out for a while. I think it needs to change. My friends tease me about the fact that if someone seems bad or shady or like they have a secret, I find them incredibly interesting.
That’s just a phase I’ve been in lately. I don’t think this should be how I proceed in life. It’s important to be self-aware about these things because you don’t want to end up with that guy.’
Taylor spend Saturday nights alone: ‘I haven’t been [in a relationship] in a long time. I’d like to think if you’re with the right person, you just feel great about things you’ve never felt great about before. At least that’s how I’ve heard it’s supposed to be. I wouldn’t know.
Sometimes you know after two dates that you’re not the right fit. And sometimes you know you’re not the right fit, and you fall for it anyway. One thing I’ve learned that I’m proud of, drum roll, please, is when to walk away. I’ve had some short relationships because I know when to do that.
Ed and I are such good friends. I have never had such a close guy friend before. It’s always kind of creepy because with a guy friend-girl friend situation, it usually feels like one person always wants more. That’s not the case here.
Having guy friends is important’ then offers her male pals this disclaimer: ‘If you want to be friends with me, just know people are going to say we’re dating.’ On Lena Dunham: ‘Alhough Lena is shooting Girls ‘like, 40,000 hours a day. She can always figure out a couple of hours to come visit. We follow each other, and she sent me a direct message, and it just became a mutual admiration society.
It then became apparent that we were very similar. Very similar. I feel like I can tell her anything. Lena has an open mind. If I made misstep in life, Lena is the one I would tell.’