Taylor is in the SBC tomorrow and we don't know what to do with all of these feelings...

The biggest artist in the entire world is in our town tomorrow! May 20 will go down in history as the most wonderful day in Shreveport-Bossier. Obviously, we are flooded with a gazillion emotions. So let's break them down.

  • 1

    Elation

    Taylor (insert expletive) Swift is coming to Shreveport-Bossier. If that wasn't enough, she is kicking off her World Tour here!! This is the highest form of joy/happiness/elation that any one can experience. This is bigger than graduating college, getting married, or even having a child!

  • 2

    Anger

    Yes, we are so incredibly elated that Taylor is coming that it makes us angry at every little thing that gets in our way between now and when she gets here. Traffic, crime, hangnails make us irate because they are so petty in comparison to Taylor Swift. Even the fact that we aren't currently experiencing her awesomeness gets under our skin.

  • 3

    Jealousy

    While we get Taylor before anyone else, we still hate the fact that we even have to share her in the first place. Why can't we just have her all to ourselves? Is it really necessary that she go see all these other people? Let's just do every show here and our one-time ticket purchase gets us into every show. She'll never have to leave the SBC. We'll take good care of her.

  • 4

    Hysteria

    Taylor Swift is at the high point of her career. She is the biggest thing on the planet right now. And she's coming to Shreveport-Bossier. It makes us a little crazy. We just can't contain ourselves. Just hearing her name makes us break out in a sweat and thinking about her coming tomorrow makes us scream at the top of our lungs. TAAAAYYYLLORRRRR SWWWIIFFTTTTTT!!!!!

  • 5

    Sadness

    Although overcome with joy, we can't help but think that there will come a time when Taylor has to leave us. The show will come to an end. The trucks will be packed. And she will be on her way elsewhere. Will she return? We hope so with all of our heart. Until then we will just wallow in despair and mope around. At least until the pizza man comes with our seventh order in two days.