Taylor Swift Talks About Her Illness

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

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A closeup of Taylor Swift's hair. (Photo courtesy of ex-boyfriend Taylor Lautner).

NASHVILLE - One of country music's most popular young singers Taylor Swift is really upset that she has had to cancel two of her music concerts.

The vibrant 21-year-old from Wyomissing, Pennsylvania stated that she has been dealing with a bout of bronchitis that is so bad that she sounds like she could be Fran Drescher's daughter.

Swift continues to break country music records and win country awards left and right. Her manager has recently pointed out that Taylor has become more popular than Travis Tritt, Billy Ray Cyrus, Gretchen Wilson, Toby Keith, Little Jimmy Dickens, and the Dixie Chicks combined.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Well actually if I was Swift's manager I would not bring out the fact that she is more popular than the Dixie Chicks because the latest issue of Cowbell Music Notes Magazine mentioned that the DCs are now down to 19 fans, and 13 of them are actually relatives.]

Five foot ten inch tall T-Swizzle was asked how she has been spending her time since she has been bedridden.

She grinned and said that she has been keeping busy by going into the Internet and reading up on things such as biological clocks, byproducts of photosynthesis, male pattern baldness, the practice of product placement in television commercials, the art of making really neat looking homemade barbecue aprons, and the history of bowling shoes.

In a related story. The Taylor Swift Bobblehead Doll has just become the most popular bobblehead doll in The Netherlands, Venezuela, Laos, and Upper Shambutu.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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