Taylor Swift knows a thing or 20 when it comes to relationships.
Over the past six years, the songstress has been involved in a few high-profile romances.
And many of those high-profile romances inspired Taylor's, well, many hit records.
From Joe Jonas and Taylor Lautner to John Mayer and Harry Styles, the 24-year-old songstress has been linked to so many different types of guys, it was only a matter of time before someone would ask her to dish all about her dating advice.
And in her latest interview, the blonde beauty does just that.
Check out her five tips below:
When asked by a fan via Glamour how she changes the game if a guy has the upper hand, she says:
"Freeze-out. You don't respond to any of his texts or calls until he does something desperate [like] shows up.
Or he calls and leaves a voice mail. Something that makes it very clear to you that he's interested."
(This has Harry written all over it.)
2) Don't play a game unless he/she plays it first
"I think everyone should approach relationships from the perspective of playing it straight and giving someone the benefit of the doubt. Until he establishes that this is a game.
"And if it’s a game, you need to win. The best thing to do is just walk away from the table."
(We're going with Mr. Jake Gyllenhaal.)
3) Things are exactly the way they seem
(Hm, sounds like the title of a new Swift song)
When asked if it's "too clingy and too insecure to say 'I don't like it when you don't text me back right away,'" she offers up this response:
"Guarding your heart and protecting your dignity are a little bit more important than clarifying the emotions of someone who’s only texting you back three words.
"I’ve learned that from trying to figure out people who don’t deserve to be figured out.
"When someone seems mysterious, we like to romanticize that he’s 'deep' or 'complicated.' But a lot of the time, things are exactly as they seem…."
(*cough* Mayer *cough*)
4) Ditch 'em if he/she can't talk about anything but himself/herself
"For a long time I was drawn to—and still am drawn to—people I find very interesting.
"[But] someone who sits and talks about themselves for an hour, you start to maybe wonder if, rather than trying so hard to be interesting, they could be a little bit more interested."
(She did date Joe during his time with the Jonas Brothers. Something tells us he probably had loads to say.)
5) Never yell
"Silence speaks so much louder than screaming tantrums. Never give anyone an excuse to say that you're crazy."