Monday, May 23, 2011

THERE'S NO 'K' IN CLASSY

They're America's First Family of Extreme Over-Sharers, and the Kardashians now seemingly exist only for the consumption of the masses. And evidently, even themselves. 

I'm always one to defend the Kardashians. The family of pseudo-celebrities turned media "moguls" struck me as harmlessly entertaining, even when their moments of actual self-awareness were few on far between on their original E! reality series Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall, Kylie...and Rob. I've always had a sweet spot for the lone son of the clan, always getting bossed around by his larger-than-life sisters. So nice. So hot. His tweets are mostly incoherent, but when he gets fucked up the good shit really comes out:


It's this kind of astounding confidence in the midst of utter irrelevance that makes him a Kardashian to the core, which is ironically also why I'm willing to give him a pass. And because...yeah, thanks. 

Sister Kimmie K took to Twitter moments later though, ready to pass her own signature brand of judgment (it's available at Sears):


I love you KK, but it took me less than 30 seconds of reviewing your tweets to find something that immediately made me cringe:

"Also try 'Pot/Kettle Black' available exclusively at Walgreens!"

Kim is quick to forget the embarrassing situations in Rob's life that she herself orchestrated. It's not so much a fact as it is a way of life for the Kardashian women.

Like when they wanted him to become an underwear model! It was a glorious episode, but became retroactively heartbreaking when he would later decide that he wanted to model internationally - and his family all tell him no

The poor thing. He just wants some attention! Specifically, to his crotch. But it's not all misery. The universe has thrown him a bone it seems, as no one else even needs to be there.


UPDATE: Apparently the initial tweets in question were not actually from Rob, but rather from his sister Khloe posing as him. Because that's totally normal. 

1 comment:

John said...

Where are we on the "launching the Kardashians into space" initiative?

We have the technology!