Poor Kris Jenner.
Sure, she has a beautiful home, a loving family, good health, good friends, and millions and millions of dollars.
She's set for life, as are her children, her grandchildren ... who even knows how many generations the Kardashian empire could last?
But despite all of that, she still has to deal with strangers on the internet saying mean things about her.
Is it a fair tradeoff?
It may seem like a dumb question -- dealing with dumb comments on Instagram in exchange for fame and fortune? Yeah, that sounds fair
But according to Kris, dealing with those dumb comments is really, really hard.
The woman responsible for unleashing the Kardashians on us all did a podcast with the Hollywood Reporter this week, and she had a whole lot of feelings to share.
"There's definitely a lot of bullies out there," Kris complained. "The internet is a crazy place."
You don't say!
"There's a lot of really miserable, unhappy, terrified, angry, bitter, nasty people out there that don't have jobs or are hopeless or depressed and sad," she said.
"And they can be a big, fat, important bully by going online and typing a really ugly statement to someone else that they've never even met before, that has feelings and a heart."
"I'm a lot softer than you would imagine," she added.
It's a good thing she admitted it, because we never would have guessed the woman who used six negative adjectives in a row to describe people who've criticized her is sensitive.
Kris continued on with the anti-bully tirade, saying that "It stings sometimes when somebody says, 'You're so fat,' or 'You're too old to be on social media,' or 'You look awful in that outfit.'"
"Like, such silly, stupid things."
"You're going, 'Really?' I'll call up Kim and go, 'Do I look that bad in that picture? Do I look fat?'"
We'd say there's a good chance Kris is referring to that recent photo she shared of herself in a bra and leggings promoting that good ol' Flat Tummy Tea.
You know, the one where everyone slammed her for editing the picture and for daring to pose in such little clothing at 61 years old.
Kris also said that "The most hurtful thing is when people will say, 'Oh, you're just managing your kids -- you're getting money from your children' or your family or whatever."
"I'm thinking, 'Well, hell yeah!' I mean, I'm trying to create a business here, and nobody has their best interest like I do."
She insisted that "We all love working together and we love our situation. Why don't you go worry about your own situation and go get a job yourself?"
OK, so there are a few things that need to happen here with Kris.
One, she needs to stop assuming that all Kardashian haters are unemployed. Plenty of hardworking citizens dedicate their free time to K-bashing.
Some people even bash them professionally, which is honestly a pretty sweet gig.
Two, she needs to realize that none of this is that serious.
Three, of course she works hard managing her children -- she knows it, and rational people who have observed the family know it.
Four, Kris is a beautiful woman, plastic surgery or not, Photoshop or not, it doesn't matter.
So what if some kid on Instagram thinks she needs to cover up, or if she comes across some tweet that implies that she's mostly plastic?
Dang, Kris, just get off the internet for a while and find solace in your 2.3 million dollar bed or whatever.
Life's just not that bad.