Try as you might, but you just can't hate Taylor Swift. It's science.
"Swiftamine," a clever digital short from last night's "Saturday Night Live" episode hilariously explains the medical phenonemon that forces you to like Taylor Swift's music, as much as you really don't want to.
Fake neurologist Dr. David Doctor explains:
"Medically speaking, Taylor Swift onset vertigo occurs when one of her songs forces your brain to fight your ears. Your frontal lobe says, 'Oof, Taylor Swift... she's always wearing, like a 1950's bathing suit.' But your ears say, 'Shut up. This is a perfect song.'"
If only Swiftamine really existed.
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