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Monday, 14 April 2014

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Taylor recently said that it has been a while since she's written a song about an ex-boyfriend.

VENICE BEACH, California - The LaLaLand Daily is reporting that Taylor Swift was spotted on Venice Beach with Liam Hemsworth the ex-boyfriend of the Princess of Twerking Miley Cyrus.

Swift and Hemsworth were reportedly holding hands as they walked along the beach much to the excitement of the beach goers.

Taylor and Liam are both 24, and they seemed to really be enjoying each others company as evident by the occasional tongue hockey that the two were engaging in between bites of a giant pretzel.

Macadamia Honeysuckle with The LaLaLand Daily said that she personally overheard the two mention Miley's name and then break out in a fit of uncontrolled laughter.

Taylor was heard to say that she considered twerking to be some kind of barbaric ritual and totally degrading to both participants.

Liam was heard telling Taylor that compared to her, Miley who is 21, is really nothing more than a glorifed Valley Girl.

Swift smiled and then said, "And that long as the dickens tongue of hers. I swear there are anacondas in the jungles of South America that aren't that darn big."

Liam laughed and he gave her a high five. He then told her that she would make one fantabulous girlfriend.

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