Taylor Swift’s Animal Print Look

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Taylor Swift rocked double animal print with studded heeled sandals and a black lace top as she stepped out in New York City the other day.

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27 thoughts on “Taylor Swift’s Animal Print Look”

  1. Verse,

    You really need to do something about the scam ads on your site. Your site is no longer browsable on an iPad or a mobile device. I’m sure this scam ad service is brining in some good money, but every time I go to your site on an iPad or iPhone, I get redirected off of your site and onto a fraudulent site. Today it is a site pretending to be Google which wants to steal my credit card to “buy a virus checker” because my iPad is infected by a virus (Everyone know there are no viruses for the iPad). Other days it is fake Walmart gift cards, fake Amazon gift cards, fake Microsoft site, Spin the wheel to “win something”, etc.. While I don’t know how much they pay you for taking your visitors, they also prevent your other ads from generating you revenue since affected users cannot browse your site at all. I connect to your site, the page starts to come up, then I get sent to the fraud site. The back button doesn’t work, the only thing I can do is either give them my email address, or type in your website again. Then when I type your website again, I again get redirected to the fraud site. I can do it 10 times, every time I get sent to the fraud site. Then once in a great while your home page stays up, then I click on one of the articles, then again I get sent to the fraud site. I really no longer browse your site as much since your site is blocking me so often. I am very disappointed to be honest.

    • Hi JJJ2,

      What you are referring to does not happen to us – we are not able to see any scam ads or service and the site does not redirect us to any page, it just looks normal. Please understand that we are not choosing such ads for our site on purpose and we would love to remove them. We simply can not see them and don’t know where they are coming from. Since we are working with multiple ad agencies, we will try to deactivate their ads one by one in order to see where the scamming page is coming from.

      Would you be willing to work with us and give us updates while we deactivate the ads? We would really appreciate your help, as like I said, on our end it looks perfectly normal (they might appear based on IP). If you are willing to help us, we can communicate either here or via emails. We already deactivated the first round of ads, does the redirection / scamming page still appear?

      Please let us know – thank you!

      • I use Apple products and it was happening every time I tried to access the site last week and a few weeks prior. Now, it seems to have cleared up on my end. The current pop-ad slows down the site though, but it’s tolerable.

        I’m not really sure how to let you know if it happens again being that the spam forces me to leave the site and active window immediately, leaving no time to contact you.

          • Right now your site appears to be working. I haven’t been able to access it for at least a month. Really sucked:(

          • @versus Today july 30 happened to me, im on a macbook pro, it took me a while to be able to see your site and click on an article.

      • It’s happening over and over again on my end as well. I’m an Apple user – both iPhone and iMac. It’s really disturbing 🙁 upto the point where I sometimes stop visiting this site for months

      • I am testing the site now, it looks good on my iPad and Safari on my Mac. Lately (maybe the last month or so) it has been my iPad which this has been happening on, but it has happened on my Mac previously. I even tried turning on an Ad Blocker on Safari on my Mac to see if that allowed me to use your site again when it was happening there, but the scam ads were still getting through and preventing me from using your site.

        When it happens, it happens in waves. One week I never see anything, then the next week your site is unusable. Then your site is usable for another few days, then maybe 1 out of 5 pages on you sire bring me to the scam site.

        It looks good now, I just tested a bunch of pages. I will let you know if it comes back.

      • Versus,

        I don’t think what you did fixed the problem. I tested this out again and I am still being redirected to a fraud Google site trying to sell my “infected Apple iPad” a virus checker. I am being sent to the following site:

        https://ads-new-2018-mobile.win/

        If you need me to dig into it deeper and I can reproduce it on a computer, I can try to figure out where it is coming from. The problem though is lately this only happens on my iPad, not my Mac. I got redirected about 6 times and finally I was able to get into your site to post this message.

      • The fraud message says:

        WARNING!

        Apple iPad is infected with virus and immediate action is required!

        Continue with instructions to fix Apple iPad. Do not close this window!

        **Exit at your own risk**

          • Nope, same problem. I’m using an iPad in Private Browsing mode and thus it doesn’t cache or keep Cookies. Its sending me to a different fake url, but still a fake Google branded site trying to sell me an Anti Virus package for me iPad.

    • Same here, and even when i´m not redirected to some faudulent site, my antivirus goes crazy as soon as I open the site, popping up with warning messages. It´s getting more and more annoying.

          • it happens to me on my Android phone Chrome browser but not on my Macbook Chrome browser as i use a browser extension (uBlock Origin with all of the filters enabled) to stop the pop ups. On my phone it redirects the site completely to a very loud congratulations you’ve won a prize page meaning I can’t actually see any of the site on my phone.

    • gwen stefani could rock it because she’s gwen effing stefani and doesn’t have that smug “better than you” face. oh, she also doesn’t make horrible music (ok…GS has downgraded since no doubt but it’s still not as stupid as swifty’s auditory puke).

  2. I dont like the look but i like that she tries new looks ! And she does look healthy. Good for her !

    For the ads it stopped on my phone. For now.

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