So this is how Taylor Swift lives! All we can say is it's hardly a blank space.

The "Welcome to New York" singer showed off her Los Angeles home to Vogue's "73 Questions" series this week and it's as unique and stunning as you would assume.

Taylor takes the cameraman on a walking tour of the home, showing off her living room, kitchen and patio. Every room, it seems, is decorated appropriately, but is also littered with awards… After all, this is Taylor Swift that we're talking about.

During her career, she's taken home Grammys, MTV VMA's and a slew of other awards for her music. But, during the interview that often featured several word answers, she said there was one song she wishes she'd written: "the 'Friends' theme song because of those royalties."

Fittingly, during the tour, Taylor first shows off her music room, which seems to be just off the front door of the home. As she's answering questions she says that she's "lost track" of how many guitars she owns and when she's writing new music she often records lyrics and a melody on a voice recorder.

"Or," the 26-year-old said, "I write it down in my notes...I write a lot of my ideas down before I get into the actual session."

She then takes the camera man to the dining room briefly before turning her attention to the kitchen where she has an array of coffee machines. Coffee is her favorite beverage, she tells the interviewer before offering him some. In fact, a VMA award is nestled between two of her highly caffeinated machines, leading her to joke that you can stir coffee with the MTV moon man statue's flagstick.

She indicates that when it comes to adult beverages, a vodka and Diet Coke is her choice and indicates that if she could eat anything wherein calories didn't count, chicken fingers would be her goto food item.

While moving to her serene patio, she says that her cats are the reason she has such a huge Instagram following.

Taylor, who's now sporting bleached blond locks and some finger jewelry, finally takes Vogue to her living room, which features cat statues, knick knacks and, oh yeah, a Grammy.

Asked how many cat's were in the room (including figurines) she says, Taylor said, "Probably more than 10, and I don't know if you're counting the one that's alive down there," pointing her one of her living fur balls lounging on the ground.

While there, Taylor gives her most pointed answer of the interview when she is asked what advice she would give to her 19-year-old self.

"If I could talk to my 19-year-old self, I'd just say, 'Hey, you know, you're going to date just like a normal 20-something should be allowed to, but you're going to be a national lightning rod for slut-shaming.'"

She then followed if up with what she feels is the most important lesson in life.

"That karma is real," she said.

Remember that, slut shamers.

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