Wednesday, January 25, 2012
And this is what I discovered:
Kris Humphries is a seven-foot tool.
Now, when Kim first announced that she was divorcing K-Dawg, I was one of the first to start judging her, calling her horrible names, and generally having an awesome time at her expensive.
And after watching this season, I feel awful. Now, granted, reality television isn't necessarily the truth (ok, it's usually not), and we're only seeing a small sliver of these people's lives, so I know that all of things are factoring into how I've formed my opinion, but...
I feel really sorry for Kim. Kris is nothing but a selfish prick, who'd rather eat an entire pizza by himself than listen to his wife ask his advice on how to handle a fight she's having with Khloe. At point, he was like, "You know I hate Khloe." And then he followed that by saying, "Whatever, I don't care."
First, if Hubs ever said he hated my sister, I'd kick him to the curb. You just don't stay that about your spouse's family member, and you certainly don't say it when your spouse is so close to that family member.
Still, I know it was wrong of Kim to rush into marriage, but you know what? Hubs and I did it. We were together for less than a year before we got engaged, and we only waited a year to get married because our circumstances demanded it. Like Kim and Kris, we didn't live together before we were married, and honestly, we hadn't spent all that much time together since we were in a long distance relationship. Hubs and I are very happy and very in love. He's my best friend, and every day I am amazed at how happy I am. But the thing I've realized is that it totally could've gone the wrong way. For the most part, we don't annoy each other, but what if we had moved in together and realized we were not a good match? What if we had made a mistake?
Granted, I would hope we would've taken more than 72 days to see if we could work on the marriage, but in the scenes of the show where Kim was very emotional about how she was feeling, my heart went out to her. You could tell she was pretty embarrassed about it, and it was definitely weighing on her mind. Like I said, I know that we're not even getting half of the story from these shows, but that's just how I feel.
So, now that a couple of months have passed, have you had a change of heart about the KK? I'd love to hear your thoughts!