Can I get a show of hands as to who else thinks there's something fishy going on with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's marriage? They've only been hitched since May, but we can probably count the number of times we've seen them together on one hand, which is just odd.
I mean, they're still in the beginning stages of the newlywed phase, so it just seems strange that both of them are so content doing their own thing.
But a source recently told People, "They wish they could be together all the time."
He/she added, "Kanye flies back to see his family every time he can get away, even if only for a night. They see each other a lot more than people realize -- they just don't feel the need to publicize it every time."
Um, that's all well and good, but when was the last time Kim managed to make her way through an airport without the paparazzi following her? If Kanye really jets back home as much as this person claims he does, then how come he's never caught on film running back to his beloved new bride?
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And aside from that, if he and Kim "wish they could be together," then why in the hell aren't they? It's not like they don't have unlimited resources to take a few months off to get used to the whole being married thing. It just seems weird that they're perfectly fine living most of their lives apart.
It's almost as if the minute the buzz surrounding their wedding died down, they lost interest in each other. Remember how they were glued at the hip before their big day? They've definitely done a 180 as far as how much time they spend in each other's company. Something has to be amiss.
But that's just my opinion. Who knows? Maybe they're one of those couples who thrives on the "absence makes the heart grow fonder" concept.
Or maybe they just can't stand each other and are trying to last at least 73 days so no one will bring up Kim's last wedding.
Do you think it's odd that Kim and Kanye are always apart?
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