Why KhloÃ©, Kylie, and Kim Are All â€˜Internally Sadâ€™ Right Now
It is my deepest regret to inform you that as of right now, KhloÃ©, Kylie, and Kim are all â€œinternally sad.”
TBH, weâ€™re not really sure what â€œinternally sadâ€ means, except that it’s the opposite of “externally sad”? But we have a feeling that itâ€™s very existential and makes Kim feel like pulling out that ugly crying face we canâ€™t get enough of.
Of course, since theyâ€™re all individuals, each sister is deeply upset for a deeply different reason.
Letâ€™s start with KhloÃ©, shall we?
On this weekâ€™s episode of Keeping up With the Kardashians, Rob reveals to his sisters why he kept his engagement a secret from them and also drops the bomb that he knocked up Blac Chyna.
KhloÃ©, who weâ€™ve all counted on as being the shady sister during this troubling plot line, barely even manages to do the polite thing and tell her sock-selling brother â€œCongratulations.â€
â€œI donâ€™t know my emotions right know,â€ KhloÃ© konfessed. â€œI know I feel, I feel more empty and more unresolved than anything else and Iâ€™m like internally sad.â€
Thatâ€™s deep, Khlo.
We feel you. At this point, we also don’t know what to think about Rob, Angela, and the yet-to-be-born Kardashian baby who’s destined to rule the world in custom Balmain as either a tyrant, a god, or the king of all fuckboys.
Meanwhile, later on in the episode Kylie Jenner also lets on that sheâ€™s deeply sad, only itâ€™s not because of Rob, or the fact that sheâ€™s about to be related to her on-again-off-again boyfriend, but because she doesnâ€™t feel likeÂ being famous, saying:
â€œYeah, some people are born for this life and some people arenâ€™t and I just know Iâ€™m not supposed to be famous, like I can feel it deep down inside.â€
Didnâ€™t anybody ever tell Kim that calories donâ€™t count on holidays?
Hereâ€™s hoping that KhloÃ©, Kylie and Kim can make a full recovery during the course of this week and stop being so sad, because itâ€™s really bumming us out, and our hangovers are already doing a good enough job of that on their own.
[H/TÂ Huff Post]