Who is your Favorite Kardashian/Jenner ??

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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    I'm indulging you - but only because I think you've gone 'round the bend'.
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    I can't answer favorite, but I can say my least unfavorite is Robert.
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      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

      I can't answer favorite, but I can say my least unfavorite is Robert.
      Yeah, even though he defended OJ he seemed to have a level head compared to all the rest.
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    Originally Posted by discrat View Post

    I know , I know but just indulge me a little today
    Surely you mean, out of all of them, what is your favorite Botox configuration.
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  • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
    Originally Posted by discrat View Post

    I know , I know but just indulge me a little today
    Soooo much to say...soooo little time.
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      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      Soooo much to say...soooo little time.
      They were a nasty race of people, tortured Captain Picard
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    " Forbes magazine, which in March 2019 declared reality TV star Kylie Jenner had become the world's youngest self-made billionaire, said on Friday that it no longer believed that her net worth was that much. ... Forbes now estimates the net worth of Jenner, 22, at around $900 million."

    You have to hand it to her that's pretty impressive no matter who you are
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  • Kylie Jenner is my favorite. She looks me a cute and pretty girl.
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  • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
    Famous for being famous. I watched a special titled Fake Famous. They tried to make three regular people famous, by just putting out so many "glamour shots" of them that you assumed they were famous.

    They did it with three young people. Two quit, because they couldn't take the cheesiness of it. But one girl became a well paid Influencer with nothing but exposure.

    A weird way to live. A weird thing to want to be.
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      Famous for being famous. I watched a special titled Fake Famous. They tried to make three regular people famous, by just putting out so many "glamour shots" of them that you assumed they were famous.

      They did it with three young people. Two quit, because they couldn't take the cheesiness of it. But one girl became a well paid Influencer with nothing but exposure.

      A weird way to live. A weird thing to want to be.
      It's weird but they are Marketing geniuses to do what they have done. Let's face it they have used their "assets" and exploited it to a degree where they have made 100 millions of dollars. That says something. Like them or hate them , very few people could do what they have done. That's just fact !!
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      • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
        Originally Posted by discrat View Post

        It's weird but they are Marketing geniuses to do what they have done. Let's face it they have used their "assets" and exploited it to a degree where they have made 100 millions of dollars. That says something. Like them or hate them , very few people could do what they have done. That's just fact !!
        That is true, and I have nothing against them. It's hard work, marketing, promoting.

        They are famous first, and everything comes from that. The marketing, product offers, branding...all starts with them being famous...in the public eye....seen as one of the "Rich and famous".

        When I say that it's weird to me, I don't mean it's wrong. I mean that I don't understand the life they lead.

        And...if I met a Kardashian (or any other really famous "beautiful" person)...I think I would laugh inappropriately...just because I think celebrity in any form is hilarious. Not because of the famous person, but because of the way we see them.

        In my life, I've met hundreds of speakers and gurus that had huge followings. Some would be considered celebrities. Behind the curtain, they are like everyone else.
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  • Profile picture of the author spartan14
    Well if you say kardashian all i am thinking its that big ass .So you get my point
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by spartan14 View Post

      Well if you say kardashian all i am thinking its that big ass .So you get my point
      I say implants
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    They've definitely been 'shaped'....


    I always wondered how they sit down and remain upright - seems like they would have a 'bobble butt' and might tip over.... I know, my mind goes to odd places.
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      They've definitely been 'shaped'....


      I always wondered how they sit down and remain upright - seems like they would have a 'bobble butt' and might tip over.... I know, my mind goes to odd places.
      I wonder what kind of life that would be for a woman. Before she goes anywhere, she has to be dressed well, and made up. The photos of her are nearly all glamour shots.

      Everything stems from her being beautiful. It's kind of sad. If her breasts were a little smaller, she wouldn't be a celebrity. If she gained 20 pounds, if she was in an accident and had a scar on her face...it would be over.

      In fact, if she Tweeted the wrong thing, agreed with the wrong politician, supported the wrong friend...it would be over.

      Sure, she has real companies. Real brands. But they are all based on her beauty and celebrity. And Celebrity is based on the image people hold of who they believe you are.

      When that image is shattered (it takes such a little event), the "fans" move on to someone else to idolize.

      I would assume it's exhausting.
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      • Profile picture of the author discrat
        Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

        I wonder what kind of life that would be for a woman. Before she goes anywhere, she has to be dressed well, and made up. The photos of her are nearly all glamour shots.

        Everything stems from her being beautiful. It's kind of sad. If her breasts were a little smaller, she wouldn't be a celebrity. If she gained 20 pounds, if she was in an accident and had a scar on her face...it would be over.

        In fact, if she Tweeted the wrong thing, agreed with the wrong politician, supported the wrong friend...it would be over.

        Sure, she has real companies. Real brands. But they are all based on her beauty and celebrity. And Celebrity is based on the image people hold of who they believe you are.

        When that image is shattered (it takes such a little event), the "fans" move on to someone else to idolize.

        I would assume it's exhausting.
        It would be exhausting. And you have seen Khloe lately?? She got major plastic surgery. Her face looks like another person. Really sad to feel the pressure to do that
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        • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
          Originally Posted by discrat View Post

          It would be exhausting. And you have seen Khloe lately?? She got major plastic surgery. Her face looks like another person. Really sad to feel the pressure to do that
          Here is the extent of what I know about them....
          I've seen photos of Kim Kardashian. But all I remember is that she looks like Jessica Rabbit.
          I've seen photos of Bruce Jenner, when he was Bruce Jenner.
          I know Bruce Jenner had surgery to look like a woman.
          I know that Kim Kardashian has products and is married to Kanye West (I had to look up his name).

          No idea who anyone else is in the family. No idea what they look like. If Kim Kardashian walked into my store, I would have no idea who she is.

          By the way, reality shows that show "Celebrities" are hilarious to me. Not the show themselves, I've never watched one...but that people would want to watch them. It's all silly to me.
          Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

          I've wondered if the entire family will be 'cher clones' - getting massive work done to prevent age from showing....
          Not really about Cher or the Kardashians...

          I never understood the desire to look sexy when you're in your 60s and older. I suppose it's different with women (I have no idea).

          Some of the most beautiful women I've ever seen were in their 70s, and looked it. A person's face tells the story of their life.

          I see a boxer with a crooked nose, cauliflower ears, a few scars. That man has lived a life.

          What person, when they are 70, wants to be attractive to 20 year olds?
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          • Profile picture of the author discrat
            Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

            Here is the extent of what I know about them....
            I've seen photos of Kim Kardashian. But all I remember is that she looks like Jessica Rabbit.
            I've seen photos of Bruce Jenner, when he was Bruce Jenner.
            I know Bruce Jenner had surgery to look like a woman.
            I know that Kim Kardashian has products and is married to Kanye West (I had to look up his name).

            No idea who anyone else is in the family. No idea what they look like. If Kim Kardashian walked into my store, I would have no idea who she is.

            By the way, reality shows that show "Celebrities" are hilarious to me. Not the show themselves, I've never watched one...but that people would want to watch them. It's all silly to me.


            Not really about Cher or the Kardashians...

            I never understood the desire to look sexy when you're in your 60s and older. I suppose it's different with women (I have no idea).

            Some of the most beautiful women I've ever seen were in their 70s, and looked it. A person's face tells the story of their life.

            I see a boxer with a crooked nose, cauliflower ears, a few scars. That man has lived a life.

            What person, when they are 70, wants to be attractive to 20 year olds?
            Just curious to how old were you in your avatar ? I bet you could pick up women in your 20s. I may be wrong but you have that devilish look that seem to attract women.

            Anyway, now that's enough of the 'over inflate Claude's already big head ' day
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            • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
              Originally Posted by discrat View Post

              Just curious to how old were you in your avatar ? I bet you could pick up women in your 20s. I may be wrong but you have that devilish look that seem to attract women.

              Anyway, now that's enough of the 'over inflate Claude's already big head ' day
              I think i was about 55 when that was taken.

              You may find this interesting...

              I was a salesman from the time I was about 21. I was attractive, I guess....but it was really the idea that I was a stranger in their home, and I was glib. So.....lots of opportunities. It was the novelty more than anything else. And I was much thinner and well built.

              All that ended when I married my current wife. I stopped looking for opportunities, and stopped signaling that I was interested.

              But I have to tell you, we were at the county fair (I may have been 50 at the time) and a woman there asked me if she could spend the weekend with me (we both worked in booths selling stuff). It tickled me to death, and I couldn't wait to tell my wife that I got propositioned.

              But yeah, in my 20s and 30s....

              Those memories are not something I'm proud of.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    I would assume it's exhausting.
    I would have said 'uncomfortable' - I can't imagine being 'poured' into that sort of tight, revealing clothing every day - having my feet bent in 5 in heels or having to put on face glop and eyelashes, etc every single day.

    That's a lot of work for looks but it's paid off for them.


    I've wondered if the entire family will be 'cher clones' - getting massive work done to prevent age from showing....
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