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Taylor Swift fans are flat out speculating after she bought a raffle ticket for a GAA club in Limerick

Surely there’s a hidden message?

AT THIS STAGE, we all know that Taylor Swift spent some of the festive season in Co Limerick with her partner, Joe Alywn.

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By all accounts, the couple, who stayed in Glin Castle, kept their visit fairly low-key.

However, they did venture as far as the local GAA club – a decision which has now left the singer’s fans questioning whether she attempted to communicate with them through lotto numbers alone.

You see, Taylor decided to throw caution to the wind and enter the Glin GAA lotto. Sure Jesus, it was Christmas says you.

As such, the singer chose four numbers – four unlucky numbers, as it happens, since she came away with feck-all – and now her fans are speculating over the meaning of these numbers.

In a Twitter post shared in recent days, the Glin GAA thanked Taylor for her support, and uploaded a photo of the ticket, which confirmed that Taylor has chosen 10,18,20,25 in the hopes she may snare the €5,300 jackpot.

But what did she mean by choosing those numbers? What is she trying to tell us? 

We mean, the possibilities are truly endless.

Taylor reportedly spent €50,000 renting Glin Castle for six days over Christmas, leaving on Stephen’s Day.

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