The opening song of Taylor Swift's new album is a love song. Swift released her tenth album on October 21. She spends most of her time looking inward, recalling lost loves, bad decisions, and the agony of change. The album's sonic quality is subdued even at times.
The internal monologues that result from a smoking sesh are traced in the album. It is only fitting that Swift opens the album with a song called Lavender Haze, a song that is known to evoke creativity and euphoria.
"This night is sparkling, don't you let it go I'm wonder struck, blushing all the way home I'll spend forever wondering if you knew I was enchanted to meet you..."
Roll up, let go.
The passion between the speaker and their lover is reflected in the songLavender Haze. In interviews, Swift says the inspiration for the song came from watching Mad Men, the hit TV series set in the advertising world of 1950s Manhattan that explores gender dynamics and their impact on relationships.
"Lavender haze" was a phrase used in the show to convey the euphoria of new love. Swift's new song is very similar to Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze"
Haze is an umbrella name for a family of cannabis strains
Hendrix compares the ecstasy and disorientation of love to puffing on his favorite strain, singing, "Don't know if I'm comin' up or down, am I happy or in misery?" Taylor may be comparing her love to a heady sesh.
What is the smell of lavender haze?
Haze is an umbrella name for a family of cannabis strains that are said to invoke creativity, joy, and lust. There is an old-school hybrid that combines the mind trip of G-13 Haze with the relief of lavender. It doesn't make the "zaza" list and hasn't made it into this generation's rap songs.
This one feels pretty much the same as all the others. Reviewers say that lavender haze is perfect for day dreaming andgroovy. On October 11th, one reviewer predicted a surge in popularity after the release of Taylor Swift's Midnights.
The soft-focus high shows how we feel when "like" turns into "love", as if we are seeing the new status quo of our love lives through glasses.
Quality strains can evoke that same affection. Swift sings in the song that she feels the lavender haze creeping up on her, which is related to the effects of cannabis.
It's not clear if Swift is talking from experience or if he's referring to the effects of cannabis on the body. More legal states mean more Taylor Swift fans with more access to cannabis for social use. The era of Swifty stoners is upon us.
Most of Swift's earlier, country-inflected albums weren't ideal for a solo smoke, as her pop era of the mid-2010s was more suited to a gym day than puffing and passing Swift is a woman who is unafraid to reflect on and accept her flaws. With nowhere to hide, midnight tokes come with a lot of realizations.
Taylor Swift referred to alcohol on her song. She talks about weed in lover. I believe we can get a reference in a Taylor Swift song by the year 2030.
My beautiful dark twisted grindset is here.
Swift said a decade ago that she didn't smoke because of the impact it would have on her lungs. Swift doesn't mention smoking or weed in her music but she does blame intoxication for her personal relationships.
The famous tokers include Doja Cat.
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There is no sign of a Taylor Spliff on the album. If you like the lavender haze version, you'll get through the entire album at 44 minutes. The lavender haze crept up on us, but we needn't worry. Every experience has something to teach us.
Fans are constantly making jokes on social media about how Swift could make millions if she sold her feet pics instead of showing them for free. In the past few years, many people have found that selling feet pics to people with foot fetishes is a lucrative side hustle, with the potential to make tens of thousands of dollars from it (not that Swift needs the second income stream).
Maya Luz, a 24-year-old Swiftie, told BuzzFeed News that she thinks Swift posting her feet online is “weird,” but attributes it to Swift’s age.
“I don’t think she knows the way feet are sexualized on the internet these days,” Luz said. “Very millennial of her. I probably wouldn’t post my feet on social media.”
Luz said the feet video that stands out most to her is a TikTok where Swift is promoting the rerecorded version of her 2012 album Red. While Swift is wearing a long-sleeve black top and blue jeans, her bare feet are in the shot, complete with red toenail polish.
“Can’t believe you’re posting your feet for free,” one response on TikTok reads. The comment has more than 4,000 likes.
Swift has been showing off her feet since the beginning of her career. On her debut album (which, to be clear, is from when she was a child), a photo of her feet appears on the physical CD. Her bare feet are in the music videos for “Our Song,” “Shake It Off,” “Safe and Sound,” “Out of the Woods,” “Style,” “Cardigan,” and “Bejeweled,” just to name a few. For someone who went years without showing off her belly button, she seems to have no problem with feet.
Fans have tweeted about it and made TikToks about it.
But it seems like Swift isn’t going to stop anytime soon. Then again, maybe she knows exactly what she’s doing and just doesn’t care.
“Taylor, Blondie, please put some socks on,” Luz said. “There are creepy people on the internet.”
Swifties keep noticing how often the singer posts her feet online. Days before her new Eras stadium tour caused a complete meltdown online, Swift posted a full-body photo on Twitter and Instagram with her collaborator Jack Antonoff.
He is wearing black socks, while she is barefoot. When Swift’s music video for “Anti-Hero” made headlines for its perceived anti-fat sentiment, some fans pointed out that showing her bare feet on the scale was also alarming.