THE VIEW - (10.24.12) Singer Taylor Swift performs today on "The View."  "The View" airs Monday-Friday (11:00 am-12:00 pm, ET
Donna Svennevik

If you hadn't already figured this out from the numerous ex-boyfriends Taylor Swift has racked up in four years, the country singer isn't afraid to end a relationship at the first sign of trouble.

"I've never wasted too much time with the wrong person and that’s one thing I'm proud of," Taylor Swift told Cosmo mag. "I've learned when to get out." (Not only that, but she's learned how to turn the whole affair into a song—but don’t ask John Mayer about that.)

Swift also told Cosmo what's on her list of relationship don'ts. And while a few make complete sense—cheating is a no-brainer—Swift also said one of her warning signs is when someone asks to slow things down.

"I can't deal with someone wanting to take a relationship backward or needing space," Swift said. So basically, if you wanna be her lover, don't give her a moment's peace or ask for some time alone. Because "needing space" is a swift death sentence when it comes to romancing Taylor.

With reports running rampant that she and Conor Kennedy are kaput, this makes you wonder if these comments speak to what went wrong with him. After all, RFK's grandson is just 18 and still a junior in high school. Maybe Conor asked to take some time off from their whirlwind, wedding-crashing romance to study for his chemistry final and Swift just wasn't having it.

What do you think? Is Swift too quick to call it quits or is she right that "needing space" is just a symptom of an unhealthy romance?