Times is kinda hard in the Khloe Kardashian camp apparently, because she’s taken to the mean streets of eBay to start selling her possessions. This…confuses me. Are you guys low on money? Even with all that cash from Keeping Up With The Kardashians and…you know…the NBA and stuff? Doesn’t that pay pretty well? Like at least four or five thousand dollars…every half hour or so?
Well apparently not, because Khloe and her husband Lamar Odom are selling personal items through their ‘Khloe & Lamar eBay Shop’, with a portion of the profits to go to Cathy’s Kids, which is a charity based in Los Angeles that Lamar founded in 2004 to help underprivileged kids. But that’s only a portion of the profits, if you’ll notice. The rest of the profits aren’t specified, which makes me suspect that they’re going right back to Khloe and Lamar. The items being sold by Khloe include her used clothes, accessories…and sports bras. Used ones. Ooh fancy, are they expensive?
…no, no they’re not. The most expensive has yet to pass $6, which doesn’t bode well for their charity of choice, or for their marriage. In case you’ve been under a Kardashian-proof rock for the past year or so (and if you have been, please tell me where it is so I may live under it also), there have been maaaaany many rumors flying about an imminent breakup between Khloe and Lamar, and each of them selling their possessions online doesn’t do much to dispell them. Oh well, what do I know?
But never fear! If you’re more of a Lamar fan, you don’t have to settle on sports bras that have merely brushed his skin during marital love-making. Instead you can bid on any number of extremely large t-shirts with various eye-catching logos. Are you intrigued yet? I know I am. I’m always asking my friends if I can borrow their secondhand, sweat-stained clothes in hopes that they’ll forget I have them and I can hold onto them as keepsakes, but they always say no. But this is perfect! This way I can keep Khloe near at all times, and also do my part to rescue their marriage with the only thing that always rescues a marriage — MONEY! I feel so useful.
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