Though it seems like seriously ancient history, it was just a year ago this month that Kim Kardashian got engaged to Kris Humphries. At the time, that seemed fast, as she'd only been dating him for six months, but we all tried to chock it up to true love, que sera sera, and all of that business. But we know how that business went down 72 days after she said I do.
In the past year she has gotten engaged and married, filed for divorce, and now some reports say she's already moving in with her new beau, Kanye West. That's a lot of big relationship moves in a short, short time, and while SLOWING DOWN would be the logical course of action, we know Kim is anything but logical when it comes to love. So at this point, Kimye shacking up under one roof might just be for the best.
According to TMZ, both Kim and Kanye have put their individual sprawling mansions on the market. Both are said to be "pocket listings," meaning there are no official records of them, but the site's sources claim they're making the sales because they're ready to get a place together. Us Weekly confirmed their intention to cohabitate.
E! says that's all a bunch of baloney, and that it's one big coincidence that they both put their homes up for sale the same time. Uh huh. Their source says Kim is moving because she simply wants more privacy, which is one of the most laughable things I've heard in awhile. Their source says that while they may live together at some point, "anytime in the immediate future would be 'very premature.'
Premature? Without a doubt. But (the fact that she's still legally married to Humphries aside) why not? It's not like Kimmy has shown any signs of slowing down, or taking a slower, more deliberate approach to love, and having someone put a ring on it first certainly didn't work the first two times for her. So, if she's destined to blow through relationships like the wind, then she might as well keep marriage out of it and test the waters a little more than she has before. Save people the trouble of buying wedding gifts (again); don't worry about messy prenups; just rush right in head first, start playing house, and see if you can stand each other for more than 72 days to start.
If it works great, but if not, at least it's just matter of calling moving trucks rather than the rest of a divorce mess again. Besides, it will be much easier to film for Keeping Up With the Kardashians and any other spin-offs if they're under one roof.
Do you think it's too soon for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to move in together?