New York Gym Taunts Kanye: Don't Be Like Kris Humphries!

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Following a fight with his family this weekend, Rob Kardashian needs to lose some weight.

But a new ad for New York Sports Club suggests that this reality star isn't the only member of his family who should be hitting the gym going forward.

In a humorous jab at the past of Kim Kardashian, the franchise has unveiled the following poster, recalling Kim's last marriage and offering a suggestion to her new husband:

New York Sports Club Ad

HA! We love it.

Will Kanye West heed these words of advice?

Will it even matter if so?

This establishment isn't the only Big Apple institution to be having some fun at the expense of Kim and Kanye's wedding last weekend

Did you catch how The New York Post handled this wedding announcement? The "article" published by the paper is rather amazing:

Kimye Wedding Article

The republic still stands. Just barely, but it stands.

In less humorous, but more glamorous, news, the first Kim Kardashian wedding photos are here, and they are as opulent and tacky as you'd expect.

Click through them now:

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West: Just Married!
They were Just Married! Kim Kardashian and Kanye West pose here inside their wedding photo booth.

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