The ginge funnyman took to YouTube earlier this week to discuss the music video for the country cutie's latest single off Red, and very accurately takes issue with how her lifestyle at the age of young adulthood is VERY different from the majority of everyone else's!
However, it becomes pretty clear about halfway through the rant that what our beloved Coco considers to be a TRUE representation of being 22 is actually just as oddly specific to HIS personal experience at that age as Miss T-Swizzle's, herself!
Just swap out dressing like hipsters and bad news boys for ramen noodles and outdated references to St. Elmo's Fire!
Ch-ch-check out Conan's version of events (above)….and then feel free to watch Taylor's once again …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
You know that friend you had when you were little with whom you hated playing board games because whenever you won, they'd cry and stomp their feet and try to tell you that you somehow cheated?
Well, that sore loser kid constantly having temper tantrums apparently grew up to be Karl Rove!
As anyone watching the election coverage on Fox News when they called Ohio for Barack Obama knows, the Republican contributor pretty much made a fool of himself by not only outright denying that it was true, but sending anchor Megyn Kelly to interrogate the WORKING election analysts on their accuracy!
Hey, don't kill the messenger! Send all hate letters to the University of Maryland, where the study was conducted.
A group of researchers in the Program on International Policy Attitudes at the university concluded in their findings that people who admit to watching FOX News for their daily dose of information are sadly and strongly misinformed. What’s more, the study shows that greater exposure to FOX News increases misinformation.
Don't believe us? Let's check with the numbers from the survey. This is a list of what FOX News viewers believe to be true:
* 91 percent believe the stimulus legislation lost jobs
* 72 percent believe the health reform law will increase the deficit
* 72 percent believe the economy is getting worse
* 60 percent believe climate change is not occurring
* 49 percent believe income taxes have gone up
* 63 percent believe the stimulus legislation did not include any tax cuts
* 56 percent believe Obama initiated the GM/Chrysler bailout
* 38 percent believe that most Republicans opposed TARP
* 63 percent believe Obama was not born in the U.S. (or that it is unclear)
We'll let the numbers speak for themselves in this case, but we should be fair in saying that the statistics for CNN weren't that great either, though they were better than FOX. Of all the outlets, MSNBC rated the highest for accuracy in information.
So, where do U get UR news from? (May want to rethink it now!)
She has been fighting to carry on, and she has certainly been succeeding.
It has only been about five months since Cory Monteith suddenly and tragically passed away, but Lea Michele is finding her strength anywhere she can.
And in recent weeks, she's been strong enough to open up about the horrible loss she experienced and everything that came with it.
While visiting Ellen DeGeneres' show, Lea revealed what life was like for her during the early days of his passing, including staying at Kate Hudson's house, going back to work on Glee, and dealing with the paparazzi.
None of it has been easy, but with the memory of Cory to hold onto, Lea is on her way to healing.