Three things about myself:
I have a tendency when I find something I like (particularly with clothes) to with stick with that thing until it physically falls apart. It's actually kind of a problem.
Not sure if this counts but...
I have a personal headcanon that 'Betty,' the girl who's perspective Taylor Swift sings from in 'Cardigan,' is the girl in 'Seven' who's name Taylor Swift can't remember. My reasoning for this headcanon is that there's the line 'leaving like a father, running like water' from 'Cardigan' and then in 'Seven' there's mentions of 'I think your house is haunted, your dad is always mad, and that must be why' and 'and we can be pirates, then you won't have to cry or hide in the closet'
I think the fact that Taylor Swift can't recall the person's face and the possible underlying 'father/dad' storyline adds to the 'passed down like folk-songs' idea that she was going for. Most likely I just read into that way too much, but I've thought that since I heard the songs and I've wanted to talk about it. Anyone else agree/disagree? I'd love to know.
I have dirty blonde hair and blue eyes
If you were spontaneously given the lead role in your favorite musical with a day to learn all your lines, what would be your gut reaction?
Now if I didn't have anxiety, a crushing fear of failure, and actually had the required skills to star in a musical, this might be a different story. There's a few I'd love to do if I had the ability.