so much shouting, so much laughter

My lipgloss is poppin'
newsweek:

Last week, Kim Kardashian teased her 15.5 million Instagram followers (more than the combined populations of the Czech Republic and Ireland—the two countries where she spent the week following her most recent wedding) with a photograph of herself, dressed casually in jeans and a leather jacket, sitting in a recording studio.
“Excited about this new project,” she wrote, adding the hashtags “#comingsoon” and “#kimkardashiangame.” A game?! A Kim Kardashian game?! What could that possibly entail? A game about what, you’re no doubt snarling between bites of your lunch salad, picking outfits, heading to appointments, and collecting money? As it turns out, uh, that’s exactly what her game entails. How do I know this?
Because I spent about 90 minutes this afternoon playing it.
I Played Kim Kardashian’s Captivating iPhone Game and It Made Me Feel Insecure | Vanity Fair

newsweek:

Last week, Kim Kardashian teased her 15.5 million Instagram followers (more than the combined populations of the Czech Republic and Ireland—the two countries where she spent the week following her most recent wedding) with a photograph of herself, dressed casually in jeans and a leather jacket, sitting in a recording studio.

“Excited about this new project,” she wrote, adding the hashtags “#comingsoon” and “#kimkardashiangame.” A game?! A Kim Kardashian game?! What could that possibly entail? A game about what, you’re no doubt snarling between bites of your lunch salad, picking outfits, heading to appointments, and collecting money? As it turns out, uh, that’s exactly what her game entails. How do I know this?

Because I spent about 90 minutes this afternoon playing it.

I Played Kim Kardashian’s Captivating iPhone Game and It Made Me Feel Insecure | Vanity Fair

I’ve loved you since the first time I saw you. I think I was twelve. It took me three years to pluck up the courage to speak to you. And I was so scared about the way I felt, you know, loving a girl, So I learned how to become a sarcastic bitch to kind of feel normal. I screwed guys to make it go away, but it didn’t work. When we got together it scared the shit out of me. Because you were the one person who could ruin my life. I pushed you away. I made you think things were your fault. But really I was just terrified of pain.

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