Taylor Swift merchandise typo leaves fans perplexed

Fans on Twitter spotted a misplaced apostrophe in the lyrics printed on Swift’s merchandise.

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CARSON, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 01: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO COMMERCIAL USE) Taylor Swift performs onstage at 2019 iHeartRadio Wango Tango presented by The JUVÉDERM® Collection of Dermal Fillers at Dignity Health Sports Park on June 01, 2019 in Carson, Californi

Taylor Swift performs onstage at 2019 iHeartRadio Wango Tango at Dignity Health Sports Park on June 01, 2019 in Carson, California. (

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Taylor Swift may have declared “spelling is fun!” in the lyrics of her new song “Me” – but nevertheless, her merchandise could’ve used a more diligent copy editor.

Fans on Twitter spotted a misplaced apostrophe in the lyrics printed on Swift’s merch, reading “Your’e the only one of you / baby that’s the fun of you.”

”There’s a typo on the new @taylorswift13 merch!” one Twitter user wrote Wednesday. “So much for “Spelling is fun,” am I right?”

”EXCUSE ME! I’ve had this shirt for nearly a month and you’re telling me it’s had a typo THIS WHOLE TIME!!,” another fan wrote, clarifying in an additional tweet, “In light of all the viral Taylor Merch grammar error. I still love my shirt Taylor.”

“What if it’s an Easter egg?” one fan speculated, referencing the many clues Swift has hidden in her “Me” music video, live performances and other visuals referencing her new music to come.

But fellow fans weren’t buying that theory, with another commenting, “A typo isn’t a cute Easter egg.”

Swift has yet to respond to the blunder.

Read more at usatoday.com

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