Business failures of the famous
International fame and fortune couldn't keep these celebrity vanity projects from going under. See whose efforts in the boardroom and beyond went bust.
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Q: How big is Kim Kardashian's butt?
A1: When she was born, the doctor said "Congratulations! Twins!"
A2: It's so big that they still can't find the last chair she sat on.
A3: She put on some BVD's and by the time they reached her waist they spelled out boulevard.
A4: She sat on a rainbow and made Skittles!
A5: When her beeper goes off, people think she is backing up!
A6: She has to iron her pants on the driveway!
one loser dating another loser! please God do not let Kim and Kanye breed..
The whole Kardashian premise is like a movie set. There's no real substance behind any of it. It is just a facade. Hype, smoke and mirrors. It is the idea of promoting nothing at its finest. And the key is to strike while the iron is hot.
The 15 minutes of these buffoons has lasted way too long.
Some idiots just need to get a life!
Spamming on these sites is totally moronic!
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