Of all the Kardashians, Khloe Kardashian is kind of everyone’s favorite.
Of all the Kardashians trading kards to kollect, Khloe might not be the most valuable, but she’s the one you’d never consider trading, for sentimental reasons.
She’s the straight talking, hard to please, borderline territorial, loose cannon of the group, which market research routinely shows makes for everyone’s favorite character on a ‘90s sitcom. It’s the reason CBS should green light a spin-off scripted series called “Everybody Loves Khloe” because her one-liners practically write themselves.
Every snippet of dialogue on “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” sound so scripted it feels like they had to go through 20 focus groups before hitting your TV screens, but when Khloe says something, you know its got to be at least 84% legit.
Like when she says Kanye West is closer to her family than Kim’s ex-husband Kris Humphries ever was.
“I think Kanye knows how to deal with Kim really well,” she tells the June issue of Cosmopolitan (U.K.). “Because we’ve known him for so long, he’ll come to us if he wants advice on a birthday present or something. I like that.”
Apparently, the baller put their family on ice. When Kris was around the Kardashians, b*tches be colder than the Arctic Circle.
“Kris wouldn’t even talk to us,” she added. “I love that with Kanye we have that friendship. Because when you’re with one of us you’re with all of us.”
So, that last part is kind of intimidating and intense, but Khloe is kind of intimidating and intense.