Taylor Swift Merch CALLED OUT By Fans For Misspelling!

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Taylor Swift said “Spelling is Fun” but she never said anything about grammar! And that might be because her team is still figuring that part out.

What’s up guys it’s Sussan Mourad here with Clevver News. So some Taylor Swift fans were surprised when they got their brand new TS merch with a bit of a typo on it.

The shirt reads lyrics from her new song, “ME!”

The merch has the lyric, “You’re the only one of you Baby that’s the fun of you.”

But if you look a tiny bit closer you can see that one little apostrophe is in the wrong spot.

I mean, if you’re not paying attention, it’s easy to miss, like many of us did!

And it just so happens that this happened to Swiftie who noticed the little mix up tweeting

“EXCUSE ME! I’ve had this shirt for nearly a month and you’re telling me it’s had a typo THIS WHOLE TIME!!”

And just like that the floodgates had opened.

People were speculating just what the typo could mean??

An invitation to her secret sessions? A TS 7 Easter Egg?

Probably not. Sometimes a typo is just… a typo.

And hey, just because spelling is fun, nobody said it was easy.

Now we all know that nothing is a coincidence when it comes to Taylor,

But something tells me spell checking her merch might be below her pay grade, you know.

And don’t take that as a dig. I would give my left arm to work in ANY position for Miss. Swift.

I just wouldn’t want to be the person taking the fall for this mistake.

Because some people really let her have it.

One person said
“I can’t believe they let this happen. As a technical writer…this really frustrates me…. INSANE!”

This other person had a little fun with it saying, “Everyone posting about the typo on the TS7 merch… your’e all crazy what are you talking about?”

Ahh I see what they did there!

But now I want to hear from you guys. Was this an honest mistake or do you think it was something more? Let me know in the comments below.

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