Despite all the couple's therapy and Scott Disick's attempts to reform his wankerish ways, it looks like Kourtney and Scott are still sleeping in separate beds -- as they have been for the past two years. Sad! Not as sad as the fact that we actually know this intimate detail about two total strangers. (I mean, let's not even go into how WRONG that is.) But how sad that these two can't seem to come together for this important nightly ritual.
Is it because Kourtney's sent Scott out to sleep on the couch so many times that he's decided to make it a permanent thing and get his own bedroom? Is Scott's room really the doghouse? Or is it more like how Scott spun it on his recent appearance on The View: It's a sign of his maturity.
Scott claims he's just being an old man. "I basically live the life of an 80-year-old. We just skipped to that part quicker. Where you always saw your grandparents in two beds in one room. I am very mature. It's really just you get into a habit and then it just becomes your normal thing."
(Pardon me while I clean up the spit-take I just spewed all over my computer monitor.)
Yeah, that's it. HE'S JUST REALLY MATURE. Like when he goes on week-long benders with his friends in Vegas? Total old-man behavior -- if you're Tony Bennett.
Please, this is not about living la vida grandpa. You sleep in a separate bed if you hog the covers, if you kick a lot, if you don't want your girlfriend to know how late you've been up, if she farts a lot, if you fart a lot, if you hate your girlfriend, if your girlfriend hates you, if the sight of her makes your skin crawl, if you wish you were sleeping with her sister -- there are so many reasons why Scott Disick may be sleeping in a different bed, and they're all about Scott and Kourtney's relationship problems. But it ain't because he's mature.
Why do you think Scott and Kourtney still sleep in separate beds?
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