Taylor Swift’s ‘The Eras Tour’ will be moving to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. However, she is playing on a school night, which is why Hillsborough County Superintendent, Addison Davis decided to send out a letter of caution to the students. The interesting thing is that he wrote the letter in a language only Swifties can understand.
The letter mentioned how no absence will be excused, but it does so in Taylor Swift references. “I understand I am the ‘Anti-Hero’ here, and ‘Call It What You Want,’ but ‘You’re on Your Own Kid’ if you think being a Swiftie is a good excuse for missing important instruction,” the note reads. “You know ‘All Too Well’ you ‘Should’ve Said No’ to attending a Thursday night concert. Especially one from an artist who is known for putting on a three-hour AMAZING show.”
In another instance, a Texas legal-service provider named Karen Vladeck wrote her own pun-filled letter asking that her first-grader be excused from school to attend ‘The Eras tour’. According to her, the teacher simply responded in all caps, “THIS MADE MY ENTIRE DAY.”
It has been a month since Swift has been doing her Eras Tour shows. She kicked it off in Glendale, and later moved to Las Vegas and Arlington.
– Riya Sohini