“Why did you only get me two? You should have gotten me ten.” — Kris Humphries, gift horse mouth-looker
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Posted by Trey Kerby under Brooklyn Nets, Kris Humphries, Quickies on Sep 06, 2012
Posted by Trey Kerby under Brooklyn Nets, Kris Humphries, Whoops on Aug 15, 2012
I don’t know what to say, you guys. Kris Humphries did something silly again. From TMZ:
Kris Humphries’ lawyer engineered a sneak attack by trying to serve a subpoena on Kanye West by putting it in a Nordstrom box and sending it to Kim Kardashian’s house.
Cool sneak attack, Kris Humphries. Super covert. Only thing better would have been wrapping the subpoena in a Givenchy sweatshirt and a pair of leather pants. Very smooth, Rob Thomas.
[Kim Kardashian's lawyer Laura] Wasser said she’s heard the reports that Kris and his lawyers want to put reality TV on trial, and there seems to be evidence to back that up. Wasser noted that Kris has served Kris Jenner with a subpoena and NBC Universal and Bunim/Murray, which produces the Kardashian reality shows.
Hey, just so everyone knows, Kris Humphries is putting reality television on trial. To repeat he is PUTTING REALITY TV ON TRIAL. He might not be the hero our generation wants, but he’s the hero our generation deserves. You want the reality TV? You can’t handle the reality TV. Kris Humphries ordered the reality TV code red and he’d do it again if he had to.
Just chill, Kris Humphries. You are making $12 million to play basketball this year, you zinged Kanye West on Twitter and everyone thought it was great, and you don’t have to be on Kim Kardashian’s show any more. Realize you were a pawn in a reality TV show and move on. It’s not like you didn’t benefit greatly from it, aside from becoming the NBA’s most disliked player, which sucks but is not that big of a deal. People will forget about that Kim Kardashian stuff eventually. You’re rich, you’re young, you’re playing basketball in New York, people know who you are — things are good, man. Sure, you fell in love with a girl who just wanted to get married to an athlete for TV ratings, but whatever. That kind of thing could happen to any of us. There’s no need to put reality TV on trial because that is not a real thing and “Survivor” is a great show. Just relax.