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Taylor Swift Fan Corrects Pop Star's Grammar -- And Gets Her Own Grammar Lesson Back

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Taylor Swift performs on the main stage on day two of BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend at Earlham Park on May 24, 2015 in Norwich, England. 

Taylor Swift is keeping it real with fans who have grammar concerns.

When a fan pointed out that there was an apostrophe missing in the caption for one of the Polaroid photos from the 1989 deluxe package (said caption appears to read: "Say you'll see me again, even if its just in your wildest dreams"), Swift pointed out that ACTUALLY everything's fine, no worries. 

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"uh, taylor there’s supposed to an apostrophe s on its btw," the fan explained.

Tell her why she's wrong, Taylor!

"The apostrophe blended into the Y above it," Swift responded on her Tumblr. "But if we’re being all fancy with grammar tonight, btw would’ve had a comma before it. And the ‘U’ is 'uh’ would’ve been capitalized. And there would’ve been some sort of punctuation at the end of the sentence. SEE IT DOESN’T FEEL NICE DOES IT SO LET’S STOP THIS MADNESS *My lack of punctuation there was intentional, ironic, and for comedic purposes. I’m also joking about being mad. :)"

Something tells us the fan doesn't mind at all

Next up is hopefully a defense about Starbucks lovers. 

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