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The "Monologue Song." Whoulda thunk someone as sweet and innocent as Taylor Swift could be so sarcastic when she wanted to be?
The opening line from "Better Than Revenge" (and, to a lesser extent, the whole song):
"Now, go stand in the corner and think about what you did."
The Fridge Brilliance of the line in "Better Than Revenge", "She thinks I'm psycho cause I like to rhyme her name with things.", when you realize it's a Take That at Joe's new girlfriend following Taylor's breakup with Joe, Camilla Belle.
Taylor laying on the snark in "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together":
Taylor: And you, will hide away and find your peace of mind, with some indie record that's muchcooler than mine.
The music video for "Shake It Off", which keeps Genre Shifting like she can't figure out what kind of music video she's making. At various points she is booty-shaking as a ballerina, doing a Lady Gaga homage, doing a Double Take at her backup dancers twerking, and finally falls on her butt trying to do a ballerina pose with a "I meant to do that" nod afterwards.
She also drops her pompoms at one point. In another segment, she covers her head with a sheet and keeps twirling around. The whole music video seems to be aimed at making her seem like kind of an un-coordinated dork compared to the more skilled dancers in the video.