But first, we need to talk about those pants. What person who calls herself a designer thinks it’s acceptable to go outside wearing ripped up white jeans? Because that person needs to reconsider every single choice she ever made. Seriously, take a moment to just study those pants. They’re appalling, right?
We definitely know that some of Kim Kardashian’s closest loved ones had their reservations on her marriage with Kris Humphries (Hi, Khloé!).
So why didn’t Kim listen to them?
“I’m a person, when I’m in love, you can’t tell me anything,” she told Jay Leno on The Tonight Show. “And you gotta go through it yourself. So, I did what I believed in doing, and sometimes you don’t want to hear what your family has to say.
“You look back and you’re like, ‘OK, that was a sign,’ or, you know, ‘Maybe I should have listened to them.’ But, I wouldn’t have been who I am today had I not gone through that.”
And for all you skeptics who feel the cameras changed the outcome of how things went down, K.K. explains that wasn’t the case at all.
“I truly, honestly believe it would have been the same thing [had the cameras not been around]. We are exactly who we are, whether the cameras are on or off, and that’s why I love my family so much. What you see is what you get. I showed my life and the reality of my life and it might not be pretty all the time, but it’s who I am and I learned so much from it.”
See, Kim is doing the whole “I don’t regret what happened because it made me who I am today” routine, which is admittedly a good one. I think that’s usually a really healthy approach to things that happened in your past, but here’s the thing: Kim Kardashian is too ridiculous to have a really healthy approach to anything. I’m not sure if “I wouldn’t have been who I am today had I not gone through that” applies when what you went through happened about six months ago, was obviously very well planned out, and you’re still being a dumbass about it.
But hey, look at those jeans, you guys. I guess we can’t really hold Kim up to normal standards when she’s walking around in that catastrophe, can we?