It isn't everyday that I agree with an MTV Teen Mom, so when I do, you best believe I'm going to write about it. I just read that Kailyn Lowry isn't buying that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's relationship is for real for one dang second. When asked whether she thought the couple's relationship was "real or fake," she tweeted, "They just want press. $$$." As soon as I saw that, I was like, "I knoooow, right?" So true, Kailyn, so true.
But then I started thinking a little harder, as I often do in regards to Teen Mom and the Kardashians, and I realized: "What the hell has happened to me -- and society as a whole -- that I'm reading about what one reality star has to say about another reality star?"
I mean, I guess it's just the world we live in, and I realize that I'm, most likely, ridiculously late to the proverbial party in even having this thought, but still. It's weird. A few years ago, both Kailyn and Kim were just like you and me -- at least in the sense that neither one of them were famous. Now they're tweeting about one another and I'm hanging on every g.d. word. Gross.
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Thing is, though, these people -- these reality stars, whoever they may be -- totally know what they're doing. It's a game to them. When they tweet or talk about another famous person, it's pretty much guaranteed to get them some press; at the very least a blog post or two. So, I guess you can say, that despite all my deep thoughts about Kim and Kailyn, I walked right into their trap. Trashy reality TV: 1; Nicole Fabian-Weber: 0.
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Back to important stuff: Do you think Kim and Kanye's relationship is the real deal?
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