Despite having an estimated net worth of $320 million, it looks like Taylor Swift cut some corners when it came to hiring a proofreader for her new merch collection.
Fans recently noticed a fairly glaring error on a long-sleeved shirt in the singer’s TS7 line. To the right of a photo of roses bearing an “AWESOME!” overlay in the centre of the tee is a string of lyrics from her new single “ME!”, reading, “You’re the only one of you. Baby that’s the fun of you” — or at least that’s what it’s supposed to say.
Many recipients noticed that the apostrophe in “You’re” was misplaced on their tee, falling after the “r” instead of the “u.” And considering the song actually contains the line “spelling is fun,” Twitter had the predictable field day.
Of course, the most diehard of Swifties speculated that there was more to the typo than meets the eye.
And if it is a Kris Jenner-esque marketing ploy, it seems to be working. TS7 typo merch is now a rare collectible:
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This article originally appeared on InStyle.