Two grown women forget to act their age as they talk about the magic, madness, heaven and sin behind one Taylor Swift. Join hosts Shelby and Ashley each week for a probably nuanced, definitely biased "taysplanation" on what exactly the fans, the haters, and everyone in-between needs to know about America's most notorious pop princess.
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I Don't Know Anything but I Know I Miss You
Shelby and Ashley cover the final chapter of the love triangle trilogy of folklore as they talk all about “betty” but first they get into the Scooter Braun situation, Red the album, and what they hope for the rerecording.
There’s Nothing Like A Mad Woman
Shelby and Ashley talk folklore commercials, Paul McCartney interviews, and just what makes them mad women as they break down Taylor Swift’s scorching goth track from folklore
Were There Clues I Didn't See?
Shelby and Ashley finally get to talk about an uplifting and wholly autobiographical song on folklore with their reading of Invisible String
Look at This Godforsaken Mess That You Made Me
Shelby and Ashley talk about Taylor Swift’s ‘illicit affairs’ and just why they don’t think this folklore track is all too autobiographical.
I've Been Having a Hard Time Adjusting
Shelby and Ashley talk about the many ways to interpret the ninth track on folklore as they talk Taylor Swift and this is me trying
August Slipped Away Into a Moment in Time
Shelby and Ashley discuss the eighth track about the eighth month, August, as they break down the other woman’s perspective in Taylor Swift’s love triangle on folklore