Over the month of September, my readers learned about my experience with Kim Kardashian Hollywood, the game that drains your time and is worse than “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”
I played the game for less than a month. In that time, I got to the A-list and had 50 million fans in about two weeks. So, what did I do the rest of the time? Try to get my boyfriend to propose. I mean, he gives you the key to his place, says he loves you, the next natural step is to propose! But what happened when I reached maximum on my dating life with Jaxon? No, he did not give me a ring big enough to pay for my college tuition. He just said, “I love you,” and that was it.
I’m actually heartbroken.
I feel a bit cheated. I spent my hard earned time playing this game and I didn’t even get a virtual husband. Where can I find Kim K’s email so I can ask her exactly why she is keeping me from my online dreams? I should not be this invested in this game to not get a happy ending.
And this is why I usually ban myself from any sort of interactive game besides Sims. (Because in Sims I can make my boyfriend propose to me.)
In all of this, I learned that things don’t always turn out how you expect them to. Yes, that is the lesson learned here. You sometimes think things are going to go a certain way, and it ends up that they go the complete opposite. I thought I would come out of Kim Kardashian with a fashion photographer D-List boyfriend, and ended up with an “I love you,” and hours of regret.
Okay, now that we’ve all mourned the loss of my failed KKH marriage (is that what you’d call it) it’s time to focus on what is actually important: the weekend!
I hope you all have had a laugh with this post, and it’s welcomed your weekend in with a grin. I’m spending my weekend either in the library or at the football game (Go Ducks!) so I’ll be a little low-profile, but expect more entertaining, enthusiastic material Monday!
Stay classy, Internet,
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