Since today kicks of T. Swift's 27th birthday week, we thought we'd go back in time and take a look at her old, internet life. Check out what we learned below:. Swift made this her very first profile picture on MySpace. She Wasn't Always So Clean-Cut: She threw some F-bombs in lots of her comments to her friends and surely wasn't afraid to call them "bitches" and "whores"—all in good humor, of course. We're guessing these were all manifested over inside jokes among the girls she went to school with. She Had an Emo Moment: This was actually taken on the set of CSI when she played a small role as a murder victim in , but we loved that she posted it as an emo-pic on MySpace. Those were big back in the day! She probably listened to Taking Back Sunday like all of us , too. She Took Mirror Selfies: Before actual selfies were a thing because we didn't have cameras on the front of our phones just yet, Kim K.
Remember when the pop singer was just a girl on MySpace?
I was like hmm You look great now too congrats on becoming who you want to be and I'm glad you're happy c:. Not trying to be rude in any way possible, buuuuuut, you were honestly adorable asf wtaf. But of my god girl your fukn stunning. I was looking at some of my pics when I was a teenager in 98 and man do I miss my jncos and results clothes lol, some pictures I don't remember taking but I always try to remember then I started having memories of good times, I wish life was simple again Haha yea I feel the same life back when you were younger was so much easier. I remember taking some of the pictures but then there's some I totally forgot about until I saw them. I am happy for you, that you find a way how to be happy. Stay awesome :. You kinda still have the scene hair but you do look sooooo different.
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Hello there, the angel from my nightmare. Remember Myspace in the early s? You know, when it was socially acceptable to autoplay music in the background of your profile page? Let's take a trip down Ocean Avenue and revisit this sacred time of emo, pop-punk, screamo, and the many genres that soundtracked your teen angst.