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I have a question for you. Do you think Taylor Swift is a starf**ker? Think about all the people she has dated. There was one normal guy and she split with him and complained about him because his friends tried to be her friend and she thought that was strange and that they just wanted to be her friends because she was a star. She really disliked that whole situation a lot. Let us just go through some of the people. John Mayer. Jake Gyllenhaal. Conor Kennedy. Not really a star, but she loved that whole Kennedy thing. Harry Styles. Singer for one of the hottest bands in the world right now. Can you be a starf**ker if you are already a star? Brandi Glanville called that waitress a starf**ker last night in RHBH, but the waitress was not a star. Is it just expected that if you are a star, then that is all you will date and the expression does not apply to you?
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