The Word: Kendall Jenner takes video selfies while driving, is an idiot

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I was going to write something about how sick I am of the Kardashians’ absurdly public exploits, but then I remembered that if those bozos stopped fighting/doing drugs/having huge butts/marrying athletes and rappers/etc., I’d have a much harder time finding things to write about.

And, since I’m writing this on a Sunday, with last night’s cocktails still sloshing around in my bloodstream, I was pleased that Kendall Jenner (one of the twins, who I can’t tell apart but I can tell are right on track to grow up to be just as vapid and useless as their big sisters) did not disappoint this weekend.

Kendall was apparently taking video selfies of herself while driving on Friday. How do we know this? The little brainiac posted these videos of herself to the Internet. The vids show Kendall making duck faces that she definitely thinks are adorable, and sexy eyes that she definitely thinks are sexy, into the camera — while driving. Sexy eyes that were definitely not focused anywhere near the road, which the place that eyes, sexy or otherwise, should be focused when one is operating a motor vehicle.

This is such a predictably dumb and self-obsessed Kardashian thing to do that it almost seems orchestrated by whatever media overlord pulls their puppet strings. This, mind you, is right on the heels of Kylie (the other twin) crashing her $110,000 Mercedes last week.

Please take a nice long minute to consider the fact that a 16-year-old girl had an $110,000 car. Happy almost Monday.


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