Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Launch Kardashian Lingerie at Sears—Would You Wear It?
By Danica Lo, Glamour Magazine
Whether or not you're a fan of Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kourtney Kardashian, it's pretty clear that these ladies are in possession of some killer curves.
Now, with the launch of their Kardashian Kollection Intimates product range—hellooooo smokin' hot lingerie!—the sisters are bringing their sexy bedroom style to the masses, via Sears.
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Check out this just-released photo from the Kardashian Kollection Intimates campaign. What do you think? Khloe's looking pretty tan-tastic, no?
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Tell us on Facebook: Would you try and/or buy Kardashian Kollection lingerie?
Photo courtesy of Kardashian Kollection
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Your going to say you don't like big hips that's more than half of the USA and only two of then have big hips.
What makes them a whore any more than your wife or girl friend, I don't see them with a lot of men, do you see them with a bunch of men a year, no.
I just think your all nuts.
No self rightiousness needed. YOU all know that these are talentless people only famous for the outragousness of their antics and who they date. They cannot do anything that resembles talent and you know it.
Sure as a guy, I would be all up in that if the chance arose, but you know what, oh judgemental ones, they wouldn't give any of you the time of day on the street. YOU, ME or anyone defending them.
The only talent they seem to have is searching out rich guys to date and hang on to. Such redeeming qualities...
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