It's among mankind's most vexing questions: what is the appeal of the Kardashians, a family with no personality, talent or positive contributions to society of any kind?
In the latest issue of Redbook, Khloe Kardashian somehow keeps a straight face when answering: "We are a real family. We don't sugarcoat anything. We're not the Brady Bunch, but we always put each other first. We love each other on camera, we cry on camera. I think people relate to the realness of it."
These are the same people who somehow believe Kim Kardashian Tweets at them due to a personal attachment, not as a contribution to her empire.
What is the biggest misconception about the family? Manager and matriarch Kris Jenner tackles this inquiry, hilariously lying stating:
"All of my daughters have jobs. They are fashion stylists and designers; they own a chain of stores. They had the stores before they had the show. And my kids worked from the time they were 13 years old... They work 25 hours a day. And that they don't have any talent?
They might not be singers or dancers, but they certainly know how to produce a television show. Whether you want to call it talent or not, they have multiple shows on the air. [I want to say,] How many shows do you have?"
That cannot be denied, Kris. But it must be asked: do they have multiple shows on the air due to anything the Kardashians offer? Or due to the sheer ignorance/stupidity of viewers?