Khloe Kardashian Wants A Boob Job

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Jeez, girl. Being a workout fiend and having millions of dollars isn’t enough for you?

Khloe Kardashian was on the Howard Stern show and she got super candid about what she ALWAYS gets candid about: Lamar Odom, body stuff, reality tv, family. YAWN. I won’t repost the majority of the interview because it’s so damn repetitive, it makes Tyga’s music seem interesting. BUT- I will say the stuff she says about plastic surgery is always a little intriguing and hypocritical to me, because she’s so pro “healthy” and “feeling good about one’s self.” Read on:

 “I had a major awkward phase for a very long time,” admitted Khloe.

“I’ve always had an incredible amount of confidence,” she explained though. “When everyone said I was the ‘fat Kardashian sister,’ I never thought that. Looking back now, I see how healthy I was, but I still wouldn’t say that’s a fat girl, I would say she’s a little overweight, she could maybe use the gym or cut back on a donut.”

“I really appreciate the hard work it takes to have a good body. Sometimes when things are given to you, you don’t appreciate it and it’s fucking hard work!”

There is one thing Khloe would like to change about her body though. “I do want a boob job … what girl doesn’t want fucking cleavage?” she quipped. Howard balked at that idea, insisting her breasts are great as-is. However, Khloe maintained that “she could always remove them.”

(Via Howard Stern)

It’s good to have a cavalier attitude about voluntary surgery. And yes, you can always remove the synthetic masses you voluntarily put into your healthy, pure bod. Sounds like a GREAT idea, Khloe.

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Thursday, January 14th, 2016 at 8:08am
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