Following today’s news that the world’s most famous Momager, Kris Jenner, will soon release a Kardashian cookbook, it left us wondering what else the family could possibly monetize? They’ve already created clothing lines, self tanner, fragrances, accessories, lingerie and have been the faces of diet drinks, alcohol, shoes, and even pads for slight bladder leakage. But there are still a few untapped markets left for the Kardashians to bust into. Here are ten products we’re shocked aren’t already Kardashian-sponsored, that totally should be.
“Rob’s been on my mind a lot lately because we’re currently living together. No, we’re not sexually involved. My brother’s not nearly black enough for me!”
Khloe Kardashian’s guest hosting gigs for “Chelsea Lately” always include a few “whoa, did she actually just say that?” zingers, and last night was no exception. Khloe joked about Kris and Bruce’s seperation, the well-known fact that Chelsea Handler can’t stand any of her sisters, and, of course, she managed to work in a reference to having sex with her brother. As anyone who watches “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” every day at the gym (*raises hand*) knows, incest-y humor is one of Khloe’s favorite subjects, so this remark is a bit uncomfy, but not super surprising. [Us Weekly]
“I’ve gotten pretty bad tattoos before. Everybody knows I have the ratchet-iest booty tattoo of an ex-boyfriend. I don’t know what I was thinking … It’s awful. Ten-letter last name, Kardashian. It’s pretty bad, yeah. Now that is a ratchet tattoo. I made a very bad decision. Don’t follow my example.”
– Adrienne Bailon, ex-girlfriend of Rob Kardashian, admitted that she regrets getting his full name inked on her butt while appearing as a guest on “The Real.” In fact, she hates her “Robert A. Kardashian” tattoo so much that she’s getting it lasered off. Good call. I wouldn’t want to walk around with Kardashian branding on my ass either. But doesn’t everyone know that you should never get an S.O.’s name inked on any part of your body? People really have to stop doing that. It never ends well. [NYMag.com]