By Emily Chapman

Emily Chapman works in tech support and has an anthropology degree–you know, the classic combination. Her work has appeared on Lifehacker, xoJane, and–now–The Toast. She has a blog and lives vicariously through tweets.

  1. Taylor Swift's "Twenty-Two" is maybe the blandest song to ever have been generated by a pop-country songwriting machine. For those who aren't familiar, a copy can be found here. (For those who are unfamiliar and at work, it recounts the bland-but-accessible adventures of "ditch[ing] this whole scene" and "dreaming instead of sleeping.") It’s a vanilla milkshake in song form, with a chorus of, "I don't know about you, but I'm feeling 22," backed by…

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