It’s so easy to fall victim to public bullying. I understand why so many people in this industry have eating disorders or want plastic surgery, and I’m proud I’ve done things the healthy way and haven’t felt bullied into having my face operated on. I’m not against it. When I’m older you never know.
Khloe Kardashian Quotes
I’m confident in who I am. I’ve always known that I’m not Kim and I’m not Kourtney – I’ve always been OK with that… I probably thought I was prettier before I entered the spotlight because being compared to somebody else every day does sort of beat up your spirit and soul. But it’s made me stronger. I’ve gained another level of confidence.
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. Kris [Humphries] wouldn’t even talk to us. I love that with Kanye we have that friendship. Because when you’re with one of us you’re with all of us.
Kim is definitely her favorite. It doesn’t bother me. They’re so similar they could be the same person.
I think Kim is beautiful. I wish, like, the gloves… I just felt like it was too covered somehow, just because her body, her boobs, her belly…just all looked like one.
I'm a modern girl, but you should put your husband first. I like to think divorce is not an option.
We just wanted to prioritize a little. We just wanted a little pause. Part of being married is knowing when your husband needs your support.
A lot of my friends are Black and I used to get … (people calling me) ‘an N-lover.’ People would write on my locker and … they’d call me the white devil. I used to have five girls that I used to all run with, and all of them were either bi-racial or Black and then there was me. I’m Armenian, but I’m very fair and I look white … (and) I would always get such hate about it. Black people (would say) ‘you know you’re never gonna be Black,’ and people would always tell me stuff like that. I don’t think because I hang out with enough Black people, I’m gonna turn Black. What kind of rationalization is that? I’m just friends with people that I like. I don’t care what skin color you are.
Before Lamar, I really, I enjoyed being single. I enjoyed getting to know myself and getting to know what I wanted for myself as a person and what I would and wouldn’t put up with. But when I met Lamar, I wasn’t into him. I was like, ‘Oh my God, the stereotypical basketball player, staring at me …’ I was so rude. I gave him my number at this after party and then he called me the next day and I just … I don’t know. We went on a date that night and … our energy, we (just) clicked. It’s so weird because I’ve never been so honest with someone as I have been with Lamar from the get-go. It’s so corny, but when you know you just know. It’s so clear. Lamar and I got married 30 days to the day of meeting each other, and there was so much criticism. I totally understand. I probably would have been one of them if I was an outsider looking in. But it would have been so easy for us not to get married, if we listened to everybody else. We’re still in love and it was the right thing to do.
Honestly, I didn’t want to do this show – I didn’t want to allow that much exposure and put that much pressure on my life with Lamar. E! had been trying to talk us into doing a show together for over a year, and I was constantly turning them down. Finally it was Lamar and my brother Rob who said it would be fun. I actually love doing these shows, and it’s not like I didn’t want to do it, but I didn’t want to put that pressure on Lamar – he already had a full-time job!
We would love to have kids. It’s so hard. I never knew about ovulation and the limited amount of time you have to get pregnant. I never knew about that. No one ever taught me that. When you have schedules such as ours, it’s really hard to hit that mark. So it’s frustrating, but definitely, I want to have kids. It’s scary [thinking], ‘Oh God, what if I physically can’t have kids?
I'm the ugly sister. I'm the fat one. I'm the transvestite. I have had those mean things said about me at least twice a day for the last five years. It's horrible, you know? But I can brush that stuff off.
I want to so badly! That's a goal for me. I'm 25. I'm not rushing it. I'm also not doing anything to prevent it...I want to, we both want to, we're in an ideal situation.
We do the show 'cause we're happy and it's fun for us. So until it starts becoming a pain or something that we don't want to do...
When I was offered to do my own radio show, I'd never done radio a day in my life and I was like "That's such a cool idea, I'd love to try it" and I was so excited to have something of my own. I felt like I was going down the path that I want to go in my future and have a talk show and this was a baby step to get there. My first radio show, though, I did not realize how scared I was going to be until I got there. I was terrified. I was nauseous the whole day and I'm so used to doing things with my sisters and it's really the first thing I've done on my own in years. It was much more terrifying than I thought but I think I did a good job and I'm proud of myself for trying it.
I've dated in public and being on TV and I won't do it again because I think, for me, when I was dating in public I never got the guy's real attention and [the guy can] get confused because rumors start flowing and blog sites are talking and they're not used to that kind of attention so they don't know whether to believe me or believe a blog site. I know it sounds silly but it's very true.
My sisters and I work together, we play together, and basically we live together because we're always sleeping at someone's house. Everything we do, we choose to do it together. We respect each other, we're each other's best friends and there will be fighting but we get over it very quickly.