You Will Despise The Kardashians More After Hearing About How Kendall Jenner Got ‘So Drunk’ On Her Birthday She Forgot She Got A Rolls Royce

It genuinely sucks that the Kardashians are one of the most powerful cultural forces in America. Like everyone else, I wish they’d go away, but they’re so engrained in the fabric of our culture right now that simply ignoring them isn’t possible. Instead, we live on hating them. And, when you hear this story from Khole Kardashian about Kendall Jenner’s 21st birthday, it’s with good reason.

Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Khloe told Kimmel about how Kendall Jenner received a Rolls Royce for her birthday. Except she was so tanked on her 21st that she forgot, so she had the ultimate gilded life problem: Forgetting that she received it as a present for her birthday. via HuffPo:

“We go outside and there’s a Rolls Royce and this man standing there, and I was like, ‘Who’s the gift, the guy or the car?’ I was so confused,” Kardashian told host Kimmel.

“And then this guy just hands Kendall a pair of keys to this car. I was like, ‘Do we even know who this guy is?’ He’s some prince! I was like, ‘Is this a joke?’ On my 21st birthday I think I got, like, a dinner and a purse or something. I didn’t know you just get cars from strangers.”

Kardashian said she texted Jenner the following morning, still incredulous, and her sister explained how the Rolls Royce got there.

“’Oh my God, I forgot I got a car last night!’ That’s how drunk she was,” Kardashian said, without quite clarifying who sent the extravagant gift. “She was so drunk on her 21st birthday.”


You know what I got for my 21st birthday? An awesome Tuesday night out with my friends at The Phyrst in State College drinking Irish Car Bombs, followed by a wicked hangover. No presents, nada. Just good times with friends.

It was more than enough to make it a special 21st. I don’t care how rich or famous you are, no 21-year-old needs a damn Rolls Royce.

How about some humility and cruise around in a Toyota like the rest of America?

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