Taylor Swift Says That One Day She'll Be The First Lady

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 5 October 2012

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Taylor says she'll reside in the White House with President Conor Kennedy one day.

HYANNIS PORT, Massachusetts - Taylor Swift has said that she is in Fairytale Land with her relationship with Conor Kennedy, grandson of Senator Robert F. Kennedy.

The country singer who has sold over 22 million albums, including 173,691 in Egypt recently told Pia Confetti with the El Lay Informer that being with Conor makes her feel as happy as a kangaroo with three pockets.

The 22-year-old who has dated such well known celebrities as Joe Jonas, Taylor Lautner, John Mayer, and Jake Gyllenhaal said that Conor is smarter and funnier than any of them.

She noted that just this year he has already won two open mic contests at comedy clubs located in South Mashpee and East Sandwich.

Taylor pointed out that Conor was asked to join the cast of the number one sit-com on television Modern Family, but refused because he did not want to have to move out to the Left Coast.

She quipped that he is afraid of earthquakes, wildfires, mudslides, smog, traffic, and the Kardashians.

Tay-Tay told Miss Confetti that the one thing that will make her extremely happy would be to one day become the nation's first lady.

She giggled and said that President and Mrs. Conor Kennedy has a delightful ring to it.

In American Idol News. Nicki Minaj is now saying that she never said that she wanted to shoot fellow judge Mariah Carey, but that she wanted to shake her like a big, gigantic, overweight salt shaker.

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