Sometimes, in my sadder moments when I'm ignoring text messages from my own friends and family to spend quality time with "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," I wonder how much this family really loves each other.
Exhibit A–Z: Whenever Kim Kardashian wears a leather crop top out in public, do Khloe and Kourtney ever try to stop her? No, they do not. Instead, they just let her run loose in the streets in routinely unflattering attire and sisters who really love each other don't do that. They just don't.
So when Kim and Kourtney appeared on "Today" yesterday morning, I was immune to their faux sibling love—the smiles and backhanded compliments and ability to sit within a foot of each other—that's only for the cameras…or so I thought.
Kourtney quickly sent me for a loop when Kim revealed that her eldest sister offered to breastfeed the Kimye plotline for their TV show that's loudly growing within her.
"She said to me, 'In the old days, and maybe we should try this, one sister should babysit all the kids, so I can go out or vice-versa,'" Kim began harmlessly, adding "'and whichever sister is babysitting should just breastfeed all the kids that are there.'"
First Kourtney protested that she did not say this because she's the most modest one of the three, she did finally concur, "But Kim did say, 'Does that not freak you out?' and I said, 'No, it doesn't.'"
Up until this point, I thought like 104% of everything the Kardashians do, that every piece of dialogue they give is scripted by producers and Ryan Seacrest, so let's just say I'm questioning everything I thought I knew about their relationship with one another. Offering to breastfeed your sister's baby, so she can go shopping with Kanye is the most selfless act one Kardashian sister could commit for another.
Then right when I was about to nominate them for this year's Nobel Peace Prize, I took a step back because they would never "babysit" each other's babies. They hire assistants for that.