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Don’t call Kim Kardashian’s marriage a ‘business decision’

Don’t call Kim Kardashian’s marriage a ‘business decision’
January 24, 2012 JEREMY FEIST
Kim Kardashian and Kelly Ripa

Despite the fact that Kim Kardashian married Kris Humphries for the sake of turning it into a reality TV special and then making millions out of that TV special, she would really appreciate it if you didn’t call it a “business decision”. You know despite the fact that every decision she made regarding her marriage was about her business. Actually, every decision she makes is about her making more money and getting more attention, so I guess every decision she makes is a business decision. People reports:

Responding to critics who said she profited off of her 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries, Kim Kardashian quipped Monday that filing for divorce from the New Jersey Nets star was “a bad business decision.”

“If you really think about it, if [the marriage] was a business decision, and I really made all that money that everyone was claiming that we made off this wedding, and if the wedding was fake and just for TV … I’m a smart business woman. I would have stayed married longer,” Kardashian said sarcastically, while appearing as Kelly Ripa’s co-host on Live! With Kelly Monday morning. “This was a bad business decision. If you really think about it, it doesn’t make sense.”

Very few of Kim’s decision make much sense to normal people, but then again, that may have something to do with the fact that microscopic dollar bills and d-list rapper pee don’t run through our veins, and our eyesight isn’t based on who is paying attention to us at any given moment. What I’m trying to say is that you can’t rationalize your decisions to us because no one is as colossal a famewhore beast as you.

Kim Kardashian and Kelly Ripa