Kylie Jenner: ‘Being a young teen socialite comes with a lot of negativity…’


As we previewed yesterday, Kylie Jenner covers the new issue of Paper Magazine. Somehow, Paper got a half-decent editorial out of Kylie’s sad modeling skillz, and not only that, Paper did an interview with Kylie like it was a Twitter exchange. Because YOUTH. Because social media skillz. I’ve said this before, but I’m struck with it every time I read an interview with Kylie: she is in desperate need of some baseline education. I know everyone thinks Kim and Khloe are moronic, but Kylie makes her older sisters seem like geniuses. You can read the full exchange here, and here are some highlights:

The biggest misconception about Kylie: “Probably that I’m just super fake and that at 16/17, I got my full face reconstructed and that I only care about materialistic things.”

Her daydream: “I day dream about when I can get to a place in my life where I can be off the radar.”

If she could be any of her sisters for a day: “I would probably be Kim just to try on all her clothes and go through her closet.”

What she wants to accomplish: “Business-wise, I would love to have a really successful cosmetic line and then family/personal-wise, I’d like to have a really big family and a farm.”

Whether she still thinks 30 is “too late” to have a baby: “I don’t want to start [having] a baby when I’m 30! I don’t believe in after 30 — I don’t know.”

Her anti-bullying campaign: “Growing up and being a young teen socialite comes with a lot of negativity and a lot of mean comments and online bullying and I turn to these people who have real issues and have overcome bullying and done something amazing with it and they really inspire me. They make me feel like, “Oh wow, they’re going through something much bigger than I could ever imagine.” It’s just amazing how they stay positive and I wanted to share that with my fans and followers.

Her favorite books: “Probably the books that I loved the most and read the fastest were the Pretty Little Liars [series], if we’re just talking about a fun one. I think that’s what got me into reading and I read literally every single one so fast and that’s all I talked about all the time. I’d be like, “They need to have a show or a movie!” And then they got a show and it was the happiest day of my life.”

When she realized her influence on fans: “I think it all started with my lips when I would overline them. I didn’t see one other girl wearing nude lipstick — I didn’t even care about the lipstick, I just wanted my lips to be bigger — and then I started seeing a bunch of girls wearing nude lipstick. I was going to MAC and Sephora and I’d try to buy my lipstick and the girls working there would be like, “Kylie, everyone comes in asking what color you use. Everything’s sold out — I’m sorry!” They were like, “These people should be paying you! Everyone comes in and asks for your color.” And then the Kylie Jenner makeup tutorials started coming and it became a big thing. I feel like that’s when I really realized.

[From Paper Magazine]

Is it really a “misconception” that she’s had significant face work or is it just, you know, the truth? So far she’s only really admitted to the lips but… yeah, her face is different. Also: “Growing up and being a young teen socialite comes with a lot of negativity…” Granted, I don’t want Kylie to be bullied either. No one should be bullied, online or in real life. But have a life beyond social media. And don’t describe yourself as a “young teen socialite” like it’s an actual job.


Photos courtesy of Erik Madigan Heck/Paper Mag.

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  1. Goo says:

    Here is another one that needs to get over herself…. Truly pathetic.

    • Mia V. says:

      If she wants to get off the radar, just get off the radar! Vapid, dumb, empty.

      • Payapa says:

        Please don’t roast me for saying this and maybe I’m just a bit naive but gosh, I feel so much sadness for her. This is a girl who grow up knowing much else than to sell herself. Irresponsible father, with a money hungry pimp for a mom. Plus I think she loves her family so much and breaking away is not easy, kind of like a Stockholm Syndrome kind of a situation. Also can you imagine anyone escaping from the pimp’s iron clutch? *shudders*

      • doofus says:

        yeah, she’s a straight up liar right there. she does NOT want to be off the radar.

    • gyrlbye says:

      …don’t kill me folks, but…

      Her comments about bullying were very profound considering. I have seen some of the young people she features on her account and they truly are inspirational. I can’t not give her credit for at least understanding that her issues are nothing compared to what these other kids go through.

      Even if it’s a publicity stunt, it gives voice to some amazing young people the exact opposite of her.

  2. SilkyMalice says:

    All i see is Lazy Town. And her smile is creepily wide.

    • lower-case deb says:

      i keep seeing a downmarket cartoon vetsion of Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, and Jessica Rabbit.
      (most of which have gone through a cartoon period themselves).

    • Simone says:

      Those pictures make me want to grab the Holy Water….

  3. Candy says:


  4. embertine says:

    Yes, it does come with a lot of negativity. Because being a socialite literally means that you have too much money, that you didn’t have to work for, and your entire life consists of unnecessary consumerism and being seen at events. Socialites represent the epitome of social inequality, and you’re damn right that comes with “negativity”.

    • NanaBanana says:


    • lucy2 says:

      Exactly. And one can combat that by DOING something.

    • Josefina says:

      God, yes. Im puzzled whenever I see the word “socialite” used in a positive light.

    • D says:

      When I hear “socialite” I think – old money, debutante, upper class….not reality tv “star”.

      • Tris says:

        Agreed. She is not a socialite. That demeans socialites.
        And, if I may be a little obvious/controversial: this entire family owes a HUGE debt to online bullies. The only reason I have ever seen anyone make any comment about them ever is to slam them. They are banking on our love to hate them. Which is gross.

    • Mrs. Welen-Melon says:

      Don’t real socialites sit on boards of major charities and not-for-profits? Don’t they raise money for causes and institutions by holding galas? And don’t they put on major outfits and go to the events held by their fellow socialites’ charities?

      If a socialite doesn’t do major charity work, it walks like a socialite, it talks like a socialite, but it ain’t a socialite.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Exactly. Former socialites are rolling over in their graves at the thought of this one claiming to be one of them.

    • Mel M says:

      Thank you! Then don’t be a “socialite” anymore. Get an education, do something to help others, you have the means to do whatever you want! Geeeeez! Stop complaining! Ok rant over.

      I’m so so over this chick and what put me over the edge I think is that my soon to be a college graduate cousin who is a smart girl but for sure over does it on the makeup and mid drift baring clothes just posted a pic to IG of her full makeup face with the caption saying she was obsessed with her Kyle lip kit. Wth! She tagged Kylie and her makeup line too I think. I don’t get it, I can’t believe she has fallen for this girl.

    • Carol says:

      I wouldn’t call her a socialite. She’s a celebrity, nothing more. Socialites are women from the top echelon of society. I wouldn’t say Kylie was that at all. But I’m glad she’s got goals. I think.

  5. Sayrah says:

    So vapid

  6. Eleonor says:

    “I day dream about when I can get to a place in my life where I can be off the radar.”
    If you read between the lines she didn’t want this kind of life, she was put into this, nobody asked for her opinion.
    If this girl had a real guide probably she could have turned out different, that’s what I see everytime I read her interviews.

    • Kimbers says:

      True…Her family is a bad influence, but she could disappear. Lay off thearly make up and dress differentlyrics for awhile places in this country where people wouldn’t give a rat’s a. $$ who she was. She could have her farm, but she would deem it too hard and go back to the easy life. Happy life vs easy life

      • Rene Besettte says:

        I don`t think for her it would be quite so easy. To get out of and learn to live in a place where the photographers do not have you on speed dial and to live a semi normal life,you would have to have support. I do not think she has that in any form with her mother, sister, boyfriend (ugh) don`t get me started on him. I felt sad for her when she mentioned reading as she really does not have any education. When all you can pick are teen romance books, it says a lot. With her and her sister, the other one has the modelling, what does she have to offer, other than what she has offered. I my opinion, her mom has f…ed this one up badly, she does not have the ( I take no prisoners ) attitude, like the other pieces of vermin in her family have. She needs guidance and that is not coming.

      • crtb says:

        I agree with Rene.

        She could have ONLY turned out the way she is. You are what you are exposed to. All of hr life she has been surrounded by shallow, media hungry, plastic surgery addicted, fame whores. How else could she be expected to be?

        I am going to give her a pass on the books. When my daughter was 18, she liked the same kinds of young adult books. Kylie is still a teenager. She is allowed to like teen age things. Had she said she was reading literature that is required in HS and college, we all would have given her the side eye. I didn’t like reading until after I graduated from college. Now I read at least a book a week.

    • Amelia says:

      I thought that, too.
      Surely with all the money and resources she has she could achieve that now, right?
      A little bit of land and a farmhouse is well within her means, financially speaking anyway.

      As far as Kylie interviews go, this wasn’t terrible IMO. I understood what she was trying to say, at least. She wasn’t as word-salady as Chutney, anyway (not a great yardstick, admittedly).

    • Steph says:

      Then What’s stopping her now? She’s over 18 and a millionaire. She can buy a farm now and go leave there.

    • claire says:

      She’s rich. She has choices. She could volunteer. Start a nonprofit. Buy a farm. Go to college. Spend a year traveling and not just to fancy resorts. She does none of this. It’s all just talk because she thinks it makes her look like she has depth.

  7. swak says:

    So, looked up “Pretty Little Liars” books. These are equivalent to the Babysitter’s Club books my girls read when they were like 11 or 12. Doesn’t say much for her reading choices. She certainly looks like Kim in the red wig.

    • M.A.F. says:

      Maybe she read them when she was 11 or 12. I’m not going to judge the girl based on her reading choices as a kid.

      • swak says:

        That may be so, but I would have hoped her favorite book(s) would have been something more than a teeny bopper series.

      • Kitten says:

        Well that’s very nice of you but I’m still judging like HELL if at age 18 the last book you can think of was a series you read at age 11 or 12.

        By the time I was 18 I had read all the classics as well as a TON of fiction on my own.
        Not bragging as this is pretty standard for any teenager with a basic public school education.
        She’s uneducated, that’s all.

        Oh and yeah Kylie you totally invented nude lipstick. LOL That had to have been the funniest thing I’ve read all morning. She never saw anybody wearing nude lipstick until she started doing it. *eye roll*

      • FingerBinger says:

        @Kitten +1 At 18 I would have named some classics or a collection of short stories I read. I wouldn’t have said my favorite books were encyclopedia brown.

      • doofus says:

        agree with kitten…plus, not even ONE biography?

      • crtb says:

        @ kitten.
        I don’t know many 18 year olds who read classics by choice. They may read them because they are required reading in school but not many read them for pleasure. So I am impressed.I too was required to read Chaucer, Isben, Dickens in school but if asked, I would have never listed any of these authors for books that I read in my leisure time.

    • Dani says:

      Then you can say the same about middle aged women reading twilight or fan girling over 50 shades of grey. People are allowed to read what ever they want, regardless of the ‘level’.

      • Algernon says:

        Don’t worry, I judge those people, too.

        Read whatever you like, but if all you’re reading is drugstore garbage, you’re not really doing anything for yourself. It’s empty brain calories.

      • swak says:

        Yes they are, but I would truly be embarrassed to say that my favorite book was a teeny bopper series. Has she read nothing else that she may have liked? Come on. That’s pitiful.

      • Josefina says:

        Girl, FSoG readers are judged by everyone, everywhere, all the time. Where have you been?

    • Size Does Matter says:

      Didn’t she “write” a book with Kendall? Guess it didn’t make her list.

    • Otaku Fairy says:

      I’m a little older than she is but even though I like some of the classics like Gone with the Wind, I still read a lot of YA novels too. Pretty little liars was pretty good (by the way, the last book in the series came out in either late 2014 or early 2015). The ending wasn’t really what I was expecting. Still haven’t finished the 50 shades of grey series. It’s overrated. I assumed that because it was so popular and people couldn’t stop talking about it, it would be really good (same mistake with twilight).

  8. Lizzie McGuire says:

    You know it’s my fault for clicking & then getting upset by the comments of this “young teen socialite”. I don’t think it’s bullying if someone says/asks if she has had some worked done, people do this because 1. they’re not blind 2. dramatic changes in her face/body 3. it’s what everyone talks about.
    The “socialite” aspect & how she feels bullied all the time, it’s just that you basically had to do nothing to have money & fame. Back in the day, that was how Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, her own sister, etc were looked at.

  9. Squiggisbig says:

    So the pretty little liars show has been on the air for years…is she saying she hasn’t read anything since middle school?

    I used to think it was bad when people’s favorite book is Great Gatsby (I.e. The last book they read in hs)! Also at least Kim and khloe actually got to graduate from a real school.

  10. Lilacflowers says:

    Dear Kylie, you really want off the radar? Go study agriculture at a university, spending your breaks working on farms. Get your degree and buy that farm you want somewhere. Take selfies with farm equipment

  11. Skins says:

    It’s like, literally, like you know

    • Kitten says:

      Like amazing! Sooooo like, amazing.
      Nude lips are amazing, Pretty Little Liars is amazing and Kim’s wardrobe is AMAZING.

    • SydneySnider says:

      Like, totally. It’s so like, totally amazing and surreal. It’s dope. Like, totally, y’know?

      Wouldn’t it be great to read that she broke away for a while to get more education, involve herself in real charity or community work as an inspiration to others to give back or pay it forward, or to immerse herself in something that truly gave her a deeper appreciation of her fortunate life? Yeah, nah. She’s loving her life too much. It’s all talk.

  12. Darkladi says:

    Being a young teen socialite who is also a shallow, materialistic, dead-eyed dingbat comes with negativity. Congrats on another interview about nothing for no reason.

  13. Patricia says:

    The book answer she gave was absolutely abysmal.
    I feel so sad for her. When I think of what a normal young woman her age would have answered for these questions… she never asked for this life and she’s stuck here for a long long time, maybe forever.

    • swak says:

      She’s only stuck if she wants to be stuck.

    • Josefina says:

      On her defense, the PLL series was very well written, especially within that genre. But yeah, a girl her age should have read plenty beyond teeny bopper books. Even if you dont like reading they make you do it at school.

      These girls are just so uneducated and dumb. Id feel bad for them if they didnt have the resources to change.

  14. aenflex says:

    Being bullied is part of life, always has been. I’m sad for the generations of young people who, (for whatever reason), let bullies’ tactics hit them so deeply and traumatically.
    Parenting matters.

  15. Catwoman says:

    Good thing she’s got a neck; otherwise her head would float off like a balloon.

  16. lower-case deb says:

    i hope for some reason, the Jenner girls will meet someone who can really guide them and separate them from PMK.

    on the other thread, someone said Harry has undergone some spiritual growth; gone it seems are the days when he’s a problematic socialite/royalite?. i hope she will too.

  17. Jessica says:

    Something positive: I like her comments on anti-bullying and her attitude about that.

    But her facial reconstruction a myth…? She’s like someone asking “who are you going to believe – me or your lying eyes?” She looks like a completely different person. At times she has even looked like she was going for a completely different ethnicity. A transformation happened in this girl, and it was huge, and it is exactly why she has the high profile that she now does.

    I do find it hard to hate on her too much because she was born into this family and she has lived a reality TV life since she was a young kid. She is a reflection of those values. But I hope as she gets older she starts to move away from all of this. She’s clearly very uncomfortable with it and very insecure about herself. When I watch the show I am struck by how much more forthright and commanding the Kardashian sisters are compared to the Jenner sisters. Part of it is probably due to age (and maybe their father’s influence) but part of it is because they chose this life for themselves and they’re committed to it. Kendall has become a lot more vocal on the show lately but Kylie is always seems quieter and more distant. Maybe she’s just vacuous and not very well educated…or maybe she’s just not very comfortable in her own skin or the role she’s been thrust into. Even in her Teen Vogue interview it was pretty clear that the online bullying has had a massive effect on her. Unlike Kim, she doesn’t seem equipped to deal with it. But she’s always got her family and Tyga on hand to tell her how “hot” she is and how she’s “killing it” so she goes with it…

    • GingerCrunch says:

      Her personality does seem to have a lot to do with where she is and prospects for her future. Still doesn’t let anyone off the hook for neglecting her education. That’s the least she was owed.

  18. Tiffany says:

    I thought teens were young. Young teen? Is there an old teen out there.

  19. Lex says:

    What is the point of asking a teenager what the limit is for having children? Ugh, why did I click on this article?

  20. Tifygodess24 says:

    I saw an old picture of her and Kendall on Instagram the other day and I was blown away. I forgot what they both original looked like even just a year or two ago. They have both had some facial work done, although Kylie more so than Kendall. The natural lines they had on their face are completely gone, the under eye bags/lines they had are gone…(so fillers for sure), the noses look more refined and Kylie’s face has a whole new shape, same with her body. Sure we can put some of that on makeup and even less on puberty but there is no way she didn’t have some work done. You don’t just grow an ass, boobs and lips overnight. That girl was as straight as a board now I’m suppose to believe she sprouted curves, that every few months or so change shape and need to be retweeked. I especially love when her fans defend her saying well she’s Armenia. Hahaha. She has absolutely no Armenia in her, wrong part of the family folks.
    This girl needs to get out there and do some charity work or more for her community if she wants to be seen for more than just being a vapid socialite

  21. lucy2 says:

    The biggest misconception about Kylie: “Probably that I’m just super fake and that at 16/17, I got my full face reconstructed and that I only care about materialistic things.”
    They are not misconceptions if she’s repeatedly proving them over and over and over…

    She should go live on a little farm for a while and see what hard work and learning skills are all about.

  22. Bellagio says:

    You are amazing, inspirational, educated, smart, beautiful, strong, talented, photogenic, articulate….. Just kidding!

  23. FingerBinger says:

    I’m imagining she did the interview in that affected baby voice.

  24. Maleficent says:

    She HAS had a ton of work done on her face. Even her teeth are different. She and Kim think they fool someone because they can say “I’ve never had surgery on my face.” No, you havent. But fillers even change people’s noses now. She’s had everything from a brow lift with botox ro cheek fillers. The girl looks different, and by the time she’s 25, she’ll look like a 40 year old.

  25. ItDoesntReallyMatter says:

    Actually, being a young teen socialite is her job. I went to college, worked hard and made great grades and got a science degree, and now I own my own profitable small business. Yet I make pennies to her dollars.

    I agree, she is annoying and not well-educated, but you have to give her credit for building successful businesses and knowing how to sell herself. If she is happy and can save some of her money I think she could be considered a true success story.

    We might laugh at how she makes her money (appearing vapid), but as a true feminist I respect her success. I think judging a woman on how she legally earns her money is very disrespectful. Honestly I think there are just a lot of miserable women out there with useless college degrees that are jealous that this young woman is more financially successful than them.

    • Josefina says:

      She makes her money by lying. She teaches girls to be vapid, superficial, to NOT work hard, to exploit themselves sexually as soon as it is legal, to put their looks above their minds. To aspire to easy money.

      Her success is a disgrace. It pushes feminism back. As a true feminist, I judge the hell out of her for sending that message to young girls.

    • Magpie says:

      … have to give her credit for building successful businesses”

      Please. People throw money at her to slap her name on shit and intagram it.

    • jessie says:

      Exactly! I totally agree. All of these people slamming her, while at 18 she’s already built a bigger business and made more money that probably all of us commenters combined. I’m not a huge fan, personally, but haters gonna hate. I’d love to have her level of success and financial security, personally.

    • Mango says:

      “building successful businesses and knowing how to sell herself”
      Businesses solve a need, a real issue. The Kard-Jens are parasites that pander to the two-second attention span of the social media world, that’s all. They create inane, stupid, and low-quality content and use their lives, bodies, and social media accounts to both deliver content and advertise for their sponsors and their own brands. They’re exploiting people’s stupidity and creating demand by pandering to human vulnerabilities, and they have no qualms about lowering their lives and telling lies to achieve their objectives.

  26. Jenna says:

    If you want to be off the radar, then be off the radar. It’s simple. Don’t do interviews, get rid of social media, and just BE OFF THE RADAR.

  27. ReineDidon says:

    -What is the biggest misconception about you?
    -That I only care about materialistic things in life.
    -Which one of your sisters would you want to be ?
    - Kim just to go through her closet and try her clothes.

    LOLOLOL this kid is so void and stupid ! Poor girl

  28. Algernon says:

    ““I don’t want to start [having] a baby when I’m 30! I don’t believe in after 30 — I don’t know.”

    Child, you have no idea what you’re talking about. Go away.

  29. me says:

    I’m pretty sure there were many girls and women who wore nude lipstick way before Kylie ever did. I hate how the Kardashian/Jenners try to act like they invented everything.

  30. Kelly says:

    Looking at who and how she was raised, it’s actually quite sad. She’s pretty pathetic. Special circle in mom tell for Kris Jenner. Total fail as a mother.

  31. Susan says:

    I guess if everything else fails, call yourself a Socialite!

  32. knower says:

    “I day dream about when I can get to a place in my life where I can be off the radar.”

    This statement makes me feel sad for her.

  33. Kate says:

    Kylie is empty headed and ridiculous. Of course there is a lot of negativity! If you don’t like it, get off social media and stop baiting people. Which of course she will never do because she can not live without attention

  34. Ayra. says:

    There’s a picture of her new butt that makes me sad and laugh at the same time. Her original body type is similar to Kendall’s. The sudden development of an ass and hips withing a couple of months is unrealistic, especially since she hates working out, and weight gain doesn’t ONLY target those areas.. it must a have been the butt cream, hah.
    But you know what else is difficult? Going through university, having a full time job and having to support yourself, paying bills ect.. without the help of your parents. But hey, what do I know? We’re not socialites.

  35. ReineDidon says:

    @Ayra +10000. Yet the most influential person under 30 never feature a student who dealt with real life situations and had come out as a successful person. It only features pop artists and Instagram Queens such as her. So teenagers inspire to pout to the camera and objectify their body in every possible way.

  36. Ashley says:

    You are all saying these awful things about an 18 year old. God help me if I had had the money she has and been in the public eye at 18. And I was a double major with extracurriculars maintaining good grades in an honors program at a good college. I was even more ridiculous, common-sense dumb, and embarrassing in many ways than Kylie is. I regret facebook photos from that time, let alone what I would regret if I was constantly interviewed and grew up in her life. I am constantly amazed by the lack of empathy by a lot of self-righteous commenters. Ever heard of walking a mile in someone else’s shoes? She’s trying to do something positive! I think all things considered, she’s doing pretty well and she’s certainly not hurting anyone.

    • teacakes says:

      ‘She’s trying to do something positive’

      Like what, lying about her surgically enhanced looks to sell products that she claims were the way to achieve those looks?

  37. Rockin Robin says:

    Kim Jr.

  38. Lisatorner says:

    This frustrates me – She tries to spin that the over lining was what started the attention but it was the lip fillers that she called overlining.
    No one could understand how her lips went from non existent to massive but she kept denying injections so it was that combination of disbelief and wonder that created the attention for her.

    She would post closeup pictures of her big inflated lips and when anyone asked she would say over lining.

    So ya that drew a lot of people to the tutorials and to using her specific lip liners because they were trying to achieve the same unbelievable lip fullness. Not because they particularly liked Kylie.

    Every time someone lied for her in the media like Kim saying it was over lining due to Kylies Mac lip liners, the Mac liners sold out. I don’t see that as people wanting to look like Kylie as much as people believing her word and believing these particular lip liners would make their lips as big as hers.

    For over a year she lied and only admitted to the injections after her influence had climbed and after all the injuries with The Kylie Lip Challenge. At this point she was almost 18 instead of 16 turning 17 which is when she first got the injections.

    The more she lied the more tutorials sprang up trying to prove it was done with makeup. If she had just said straight up I got injections no one would be doing tutorials because they’d be like well I can’t imitate that.

    So it was actually her decision to lie and keep lying and have her family and makeup artists lie for her that caused her influence to sky rocket.

  39. teacakes says:

    “Whether she still thinks 30 is “too late” to have a baby: “I don’t want to start [having] a baby when I’m 30! I don’t believe in after 30 — I don’t know.””

    er, didn’t the sister she claims she wants to be (and whose doppelganger she is turning herself into) have TWO babies after 30?

  40. Classy and Sassy says:

    I’m getting serious Amanda Lepore vibes from that first pic. Not good for a girl her age.

  41. angela says:

    Bring a “socialite” isn’t what causes the negativity….that comes from glamorizing teenage cosmetic surgery, glamorizing a 16 year old girl dating a 22 yr old….causing car crashes because you are texting while driving, and being a general rich snob….

  42. brownkid says:

    Yeah, because those old teens (?) get more positivity…

  43. dana says:

    omg to whoever said lazy town… spot on.
    I’ve clearly missed the memo when you’re beautiful but still feel the need to invest in this much cosmetic work to your face. She looks 30yrs older than she is. And why does she look black. I just don’t get it. Her parents put no controls on monitoring her bullying and i fully hold them accountable for her and her actions.

  44. guest says:

    I don’t feel bad for her at all. You have all the money in the world to “go off the radar.” Kylie is’nt some struggling teen who has to work.
    That whole family has so much money and influence yet that do nothing with the platform they have been given. They aren’t smart, interesting or giving people.
    OT, I also hate how they are so quick to put the men down in there family. I read an article that on,”Kanceled with Khloe” Khloe said Kris coddles Rob.
    hmmm…what about the 25 year old man who coddled your daughter? How about you, calling your mother regularly out of her name?

  45. karen2 says:

    …kudos to the stylists on youth paper & all those small readerships mags…they certainly know how to generate interest..+what they do to the klan is actually amazingly skillfull..

  46. IoanaFig says:

    Kids say the darnest things!