I honestly cannot figure out how it is that so many people are comparing this weekends wedding of Kim Kardashian to that of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. Could it be that so many writers are high at the exact same time? I can think of few people who are less like Kate, than Kim
Let’s review: Kim ran off to Vegas at 18 to marry a man 10 years older than her, then she got divorced, dated a bunch of guys, made a sex tape, got famous for absolutely no reason, is the daughter of a man who freed OJ Simpson, and a mother who whores out her kids for money. Did I get it all?
Can someone tell me how my list would align her in any way to Kate Middleton? There are tons of articles about the fairytale wedding of Kim, but aren’t all weddings fairytales for the bride? When did referring to “American Royalty” go from the Kennedy family to the Kardashian clan?
Kim is beautiful, and God bless her special day, but she is not even the best Kardashian. I think Khloe is the most entertaining. She seems to be the only one who gets that they are famous for no reason. She has a likeability and authentic vibe to her that the rest of the family is missing.
I am a huge fan and watcher of Reality television. I actually love it, and while I don’t quite get the Kardashian phenomenon, I have watched their shows. Good for them for turning their boring and talentless lives into millions of dollars, let’s just keep Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, out of it.
I wish the Kardashian family Mazel Tov on this special day. To Kate Middleton, I send my apologies for all the comparisons to Kim. In reality Kate and Kim have nothing in common and whoever started the trend of saying they do is either high or an idiot. I’m just keeping it real.
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