Taylor Swift, Lover of Spelling, Made a Typo on Her Merch

Curated via Twitter from W magazine’s twitter account….

Conspiracy theories about what was to come grew increasingly ludicrous, and even the widespread speculation that Swift might use the song to address her sexuality turned out to be false. Instead, "Me! " ended up being a vehicle for Swift to send a more general message of self-acceptance—one that comes to a head in the song's bridge, which begins with her and Panic!

At the Disco's Brendon Urie enthusiastically declaring, "Hey, kids! Spelling is fun! " (From there come verses such as "Girl, there ain't no I in 'team' / But you know there is a 'me'" / And you can't spell 'awesome' without 'me' / I promise that you'll never find another like me.

Some were sympathetic in their replies, both to Swift herself—"I bet Tay doesn’t know about this because if she did she would be so upset"—and to the intrepid fan who made the initial discovery: "I guess they didn't listen when Taylor said that spelling is fun.

Taylor Swift, Who Famously Declared "Spelling Is Fun!

Taylor Swift, Who Famously Declared "Spelling Is Fun!

At first glance, the shirts in question simply feature an all-caps lyric from the song: "YOU'RE THE ONLY ONE OF YOU. " But a closer look reveals that they also feature an all-caps typo; the word "YOU'RE" is instead spelled "YOUR'E.

This week, however, several intrepid fans discovered a flaw in that message—one that had been hiding in plain sight, on their "Me! " merch, for a full month.

Naturally, this sent a flurry of Swifties on a fact-checking mission to their closets. "Oh, the irony," one of the many who tweeted her findings said in a video of her wearing the erroneous merch.

Ever since she took a stand against a Republican senate candidate, prompting midterm voting numbers to skyrocket in her home state of Tennessee, Taylor Swift has been on a mission of sorts to make up for the infamous silence she's long maintained when it comes to politics.

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