Let's be honest: we could all use a hell of a laugh right now.
And Khloe Kardashian, who is now sharing details about getting a tattoo removed, is really coming through on that front.
See, Khloe has -- or had, or kind of still has -- this tattoo.
It's on her lower back, in a place that is frequently referred to as "tramp stamp" territory, and it's a cross.
But wait ... it gets better.
When her father, Robert Kardashian, passed away, Khloe got wings added to the cross, as well as the word "Daddy."
Khloe was only 19 when her father died, and she's always said that his illness and death put her in a terrible state of mind, but the fact remains that she has a tramp stamp that reads "Daddy."
The world can be a beautiful place sometimes, if only you open your heart to see it.
And the beauty really shines through when you learn Khloe's reason for wanting to get the tattoo removed.
She wrote all about the process on her blog, where she wrote "I am about to get my third treatment of laser tattoo removal."
"My tramp stamp," she added, "a really lovely place."
Indeed it is, Khloe.
As for that reasoning, Khloe wrote "My mom ended up getting the same cross I have and it's not cool."
And if that wasn't amazingly, hilariously clear enough all on its own, Khloe actually explained that Kris "has a tramp stamp of a cross."
Kris Jenner. Has a tramp stamp. Of a cross.
This is not a drill.
"I would put it somewhere more visible," Khloe wrote of the cross tattoo on her mother's lower back.
"I think that would look really sexy on her and she could pull it off because she's edgy."
About her own tattoo, Khloe revealed that she got it "not realizing at 19 that's like a sexual place to put a tattoo."
(Or that when you get the word "Daddy" tattooed right above your ass you're probably not referring to your father, but that's neither here nor there.)
Khloe got into some more general tattoo talk in her blog, too.
She wrote that her sisters Kim and Kourtney "are just not made for tats," which makes sense -- who could forget Kim telling anyone who will listen that "you don't put a bumper sticker on a Bentley"?
But her other sisters, Kendall and Kylie, are apparently much more down for some ink.
"Kendall, Kylie, and I were saying that we want sister tattoos," she wrote, "but we don't know what they would be."
"I don't like big tattoos on girls. I do however like tattoos of small words. I could definitely do a rib tattoo on Kendall."
Just be sure to think that one out a little more, OK, girl?