Kylie Jenner Hits Peak Kardashian With Ridiculous See-Through Outfit

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I spent my nineteenth birthday at a Christmas party in Manchester before dancing with my editor, ordering a burger, and then falling asleep at Oxford Road station, waking up an hour later, and filling my half-eaten burger bag with half digested burger vomit and being helped onto a random train by a stranger.

Kylie Jenner almost did the same thing, just with a little less class.

She spent the big one-nine in a see-through (but not really see-through) catsuit, according to Jezebel.

https://twitter.com/the4tunateXX/status/760027353078562816

If that wasn’t enough to fuel your love insatiable hatred of the elitist Karashian / Jenner disease, then you’ll be more than pleased to find out that the now, self-proclaimed, broke Kylie Jenner, just bought herself a $200,000 Land Rover SV Autobiography.

The 18-year-old, who turns 19 on the tenth of this month, customised her Land Rover with a maroon-and-white leather interior and flat screen televisions.

After making the purchase, Kylie said:

I got a little excited and treated myself for my birthday.

Glad you didn’t get overexcited Kylie, you absolute fuckwit.

This Land Rover is just the latest in a long line of lavish and mind-numbing cars purchased by the reality star who lives a life which reigns about a million feet higher than any of our most exuberant perceptions of reality.

She’s also got a Ferrari, a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon, and a Rolls Royce Ghost.

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Meanwhile, I’m feeling guilty and slightly worried about spending £20 on a pizza last night. I’m going to regret that at the end of the month.

Enjoy your new car though Kylie and your flat screen TV too.


Joseph Loftus

Joseph Loftus

Joseph Loftus is a Gold Standard NCTJ journalist with four years experience working for international and regional press.As well as working for UNILAD and LADbible, Joseph has worked as Liverpool Correspondent for Unsigned & Independent Magazine, as well as stints with the Liverpool Echo and Warrington Guardian.