Kim Kardashian, a super famous rich person that has contributed basically nothing to better our society — though she did help a woman who was imprisoned for a ridiculously long time over a basic drug charge — recently stated that if a person told her that, gulp, eating “poop every single day” would make her “look younger,” she “just might” do it.
Feel free to take a few moments and go throw up and then come back and finish reading.
If this doesn’t convince you that this woman has some serious vanity issues, what more will it take to open your eyes to reality?
“The 41-year-old reality star made the comments during an interview with The New York Times when asked about what she’s done over the years to keep her youthful look. Kardashian said she’d even ‘eat poop’ if it meant she could keep her skin looking young, as she detailed her nine step beauty regimen, the outlet reported in a piece published Thursday,” the Daily Wire reported.
“I’ll try anything,” “The Kardashians” star went on to say. “If you told me that I literally had to eat poop every single day and I would look younger, I might. I just might.”
“During the interview, she also opened up about her new skincare line as she explained how she’s been ‘so privileged’ over the years having learned from the world’s best skin care professionals, and now she’s bringing that knowledge to her line,” the Daily Wire said.
“I’ve been so privileged to learn about skin and skin care over the years from the world’s top dermatologists and estheticians, and every bottle from my new line is filled with the knowledge I’ve accumulated along the way,” Kardashian posted in a tweet just ahead of the line’s release on June 21. “Every product is packed with clean, science-backed ingredients designed to nourish all skin types, tones, and textures at all stages of maturity.”
A message posted up on the website for the new skin care line goes on to explain that Kardashian’s line was “born out of Kim’s dream to bridge the gap between the world’s most renowned dermatological experts and people at home seeking high-performance skincare…”
When Kardashian was pressed about the hefty price for the products by the New York Times — stuff like the hyaluronic acid serum and night oil cost $90 and $95 respectively, along with the 9 pieces racking up a price of $630 — she stated that she got the products for the “best price” she could.
Well, Kim’s idea of “best price” and the average American consumer is very, very different.
“It’s definitely more prestige, and in order to get the types of ingredients that I would not really miss out on, it was kind of a necessity,” Kardashian commented. “The products I was using that were comparable were way more expensive, not to compare anything. I tried to get the quality for the best price that we could, especially the vitamin C serum.”
This story syndicated with permission from Chad Prather