PEOPLE decided that they needed to ask another “curvy” girl to comment on Jessica Simpson’s new donut inspired figure. They couldn’t get anyone of name so they turned to Kim Kardashian. Kardashian effused: “Call me crazy, but when I saw the picture, I was like, ‘Oh my God, Jessica looks hot!” Kim continued lying through her teeth by saying she loved her outfit and she loves high-waisted jeans and everything about Jessica Simpson is just fabulous.
Kardashian continued to stroke Jessica’s ego by admitting that while she “looks curvier, there’s nothing wrong with it.” Of course, Kardashian steered towards her own supposedly curvy figure. Of it, she said: “It doesn’t really bother me anymore. I love curves. Being super skinny just isn’t attractive to me. When I saw that picture, I knew everyone was going to say something. And I thought, ‘You know what? Leave Jessica alone!’ She’s fabulous, she’s a really sweet girl, and I admire her for putting up with it.”
Whatever. You know all the sisters sit behind closed doors calling Jessica a fatty. When they first saw that photo of Jessica at the chili cook-off, the first thing they did was push back their noses and make oinking noises. It must have sucked that someone held a mirror to them and pointed out the irony in that.
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