Family, Self

The Kardashians Think Women Can Have It All, Because They're Rich

Kim Kardashian is the son of Kris Jenner, professional golddigger, and Robert Kardashian, an attorney who helped O.J. Simpson get off. And Kim Kardashian believes women really can have it all. That's a nice thought, sure — but Kardashian may be forgetting that she was born with most of "it all."

The adorably forgetful Kim told CNBC, "My mom kind of taught us girls we could have it all. You know, she works hard. She taught us that if you work hard, it's just all about prioritizing."

She also married rich. Twice. Just a reminder in case Kim Kardashian thinks Kris Jenner hit a triple and wasn't just married onto the third base line.

Kim konfessed that balancing motherhood with a kareer can be difficult. "It could get tough after you have a baby. There [have been] so many times when I just didn't want to get up and work on something. I just wanted to be home with my baby, but for me, I think I can speak for my sisters, it makes us feel good when we are out working." She added, "You know, now that I'm married, I would so much rather spend time with my husband, my family, and my baby, than run around the world working for other people."

Just like the millions of working moms everywhere who have to juggle all that without the aid of nannies, assistants, satellite Kardashians or loaded rapper husbands and their entourages. Life is so hard. So hard.

Kim kontinued, "It is a struggle. We started off opening up our Dash clothing store over a decade ago, and that's where we really started off in fashion. We've always been really hard-working girls, and we were fortunate enough to have a TV show."

That was almost self-aware. Almost. She explained, "We did it for the thought of bringing publicity and awareness to our clothing store, so fashion has always been our number one … You know, we are businesswomen, we're entrepreneurs ... I think when you do have a reality show, people assume that it's just a ton of bar fights and it has this negative connotation. In actuality, we definitely do fight and we're really honest and open with our family life."

Honest about everything except Rob's baby. And Kris Jenner's tax shelter of a church. And Kim's motives for a 72-day marriage. And Kim's face. And whatever the Hell is up with Bruce Jenner.

Girls, just give it up. You have it all except self-respect. That's worth a little more than a klothing line.