“Kylie Jenner’s 21st birthday party looked fun and also sort of sad” links

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Kylie Jenner’s 21st birthday involved wigs, costume changes, liquor, family, Botox, lip injections, photographers and sadness. [Buzzfeed]
I love this viral photo of Kumail Nanjiani at the Crazy Rich Asians premiere. [LaineyGossip]
Justin Bieber’s street tears were about his upcoming marriage. [Dlisted]
Nick Jonas has a cologne now, apparently. [Go Fug Yourself]
Space Force is happening, prepare yourselves. [Pajiba]
Jessica Alba wore that shade of blush that has been everywhere this year. [Wonderwall]
There’s a rumor that James Gunn might get rehired. [Looper]
Jeffree Star reveals his scars, both literal and metaphoric. [Starcasm]
Rob Kardashian is coming back to KUWTK. [Reality Tea]
Russell Simmons files a lawsuit against one of his accusers. UGH. [Jezebel]

It’s our 21st birthday

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65 Responses to ““Kylie Jenner’s 21st birthday party looked fun and also sort of sad” links”

  1. Anna says:

    What a truly weird bunch of people

  2. minx says:

    I would be very sad if my daughter looked like that at 21.
    And the picture of all of the K’s flipping off the camera just oozes class.

  3. stacey says:

    Khloe is the absolute worst. I hope what she did to Sofia Richie at the party (trolling her with snapchat’s about Scott/Kourtney)— someone does to Khloe about Tristain and his first (and more to come im sure) baby mama.

    Her behavior is especially bad considering she is so uptight when anyone says anything about her trifling cheating baby daddy on social media but she has no problem bullying other women on social media. Hypocrite

  4. tealily says:

    WTF is the deal with that Barbie cake?

  5. escondista says:

    This is the most disgusting party i have seen in a long time.

  6. Tashiro says:

    I’ve never seen such fake looking people in my life. Who poses at their birthday party? Doesn’t look like anyone is having fun. In total it probably took 10hrs. just to get dressed and put on a lot of makeup. Fake, Fake, Fake.

  7. minx says:

    I was thinking of my own 21st birthday years ago. I know it was a different time, but I just remember going to different bars with FRIENDS and just being goofy and getting drunk. I didn’t get dressed to the nines and sit around with my siblings AND MY MOTHER. There’s nothing youthful about this party. Their lives are so strange and contrived and fake. Just doesn’t seem like much fun either.

  8. Leigh-Klein says:

    All I see is more facial surgery for Kylie. Her chin is slowly disappearing. The whole klan needs to grow up, and that includes the mother.

  9. Rhys says:

    It’s fine, it’s just a party of people who are have tons of money and work as reality show actors. Appropriate and something to talk about.

  10. Sam the Pink says:

    Jeez, times have changed. I was planning my wedding on my 21st birthday (also studying for law school finals). My mom had a 15 month old child (hi, me!) on her 21st and stayed home. My dad had a 2 month old on his (again, hi, me!) and was preparing to be sent to the Everglades to do manual labor. My grandfather spent his 21st birthday on the front in WWII. It’s so weird to me now to see how 21 is still basically considered a child!

    • Veronica says:

      These ladies are permanently stuck in adolescence, but that is actually a legitimate psychological phenomenon that occurs in wealthier, well-resourced societies. Adolescence becomes increasingly delayed as our lives move further away from survival needs, allowing us the privilege of more time to be young and mature at a slower pace. You can even study the impact on a class level between the wealthy and impoverished in a society. As it is, our brains aren’t fully matured psychologically until around twenty-five. I thought it was pretty nifty, though it totally makes sense when you think about it. There’s been some really interesting studies about the implications of it.

      You can read about it, here: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/extended-adolescence-when-25-is-the-new-181/

      • Holly says:

        What a fascinating article! I have a daughter turning 25 next month and have been perplexed at her immaturity. I think this is exactly what’s happened to her. Thank you for sharing; this really helps me understand her mentality better. I was married with 2 kids at that age so I’ve been pretty hard on her in terms of her growing up. I simply don’t understand her immaturity or relate at all. I do support her financially and take care of her; I love her very much but I’m beating my head against a wall trying to get her motivated to work and move out. I’m going to share this article and make peace with her slower development towards independence – but still insist that at 25 it’s time to begin adulthood.

        As for the Kardashians, they’re just a symptom of a bigger problem in our society right now. There’s a wave of anti-intellectualism, immediate gratification, and disdain for hard work sweeping our country (exhibit A: Trump). These people are just a by-product of this culture.

      • FLORC says:

        You mature as you need to. Many celebs or young and wealthy never had to. So they stay stuck. It’s old and understood by many that the age you become wealthy and famous is the age of your arrested development.

    • isabelle says:

      Marrying and having kids early doesn’t equal maturity. People often do it out of insecurity and having no other plan in life. Also back in the day people did it because it was what everybody else was doing, following the herd and when women had less options in the job market. It was a sign of the lack of resources for women. Moving out and taking care of yourself without depending on someone IMO is a better sign of it. Women now can’t depend on marriage as their main plan for life, it was basically a business deal back in the day and now, we can take care of ourselves. Marriage is great and desirable but marrying for a life-plan generationally because it was what everyone did, that isn’t maturity IMO. There is embedded sexism in the marriage comments.

  11. holly hobby says:

    They do not look human. Seriously they look like blow up dolls sitting on a sofa. How sad is this?

  12. Beth says:

    Kinda childish party. If me and my friends were flipping of the camera, my mom wouldn’t be grinning and joining in, she’d smack my 40 year old hand. The cake….WTF is the cake?

  13. Lara says:

    It takes a lot of money to look this cheap…

  14. Elva says:

    Forget the Kardashians, what blush shade are you talking about? It’s hard to tell from the picture.

  15. Jayna says:

    I thought it was Kim. She’s now morphing into Kim’s face. She must be using Kim’s plastic surgeon.

  16. Nancy says:

    I got carded for buying cigarettes for my dad at 21. She could easily pass for 30. If this is the good life, I will pass. (My dad doesn’t smoke anymore!!)

  17. Eleonor says:

    Now I have got the “Barbie girl” tune stuck in my head…astonishing.

  18. Yes Doubtful says:

    I’m around the same age as Kim and I couldn’t imagine going to a 21st birthday party like this. Does Kylie have friends her age?

  19. Charfromdarock says:

    They all look as if they are coated in crisco.

  20. Trashaddict says:

    Damn, I missed the announcement. When did shoulder pads come back in?!

  21. paddingtonjr says:

    Woo, they’re so edgy and controversial: flipping off the camera! LOL. Seriously, from the parents to the birthday girl, all the women look the same and that’s not a compliment. They all have that “dead-eyed, rode hard and put away wet” look.

  22. moo says:

    Looks like just another typical American family gathering.

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