Rob Kardashian Talks Pjs And Girlfriends
Rob Kardashian reveals his family's Christmas traditions and what he's not wanting under the tree.
Leave it to Rob Kardashian to save the day. The Dancing With the Stars runner-up is doing his best to salvage the family brand by talking about their Christmas traditions.
"We're Armenian, and my sister Kourtney makes this Armenian breakfast called Beeshee. She hands down kills it, but Khloe actually takes it because she can make all kinds of stuff and she makes food for Lamar all the time. She does a great pasta and chicken," Rob told People.
As for gifts, he revealed that mom Kris Jenner gives the same thing each year.
"[My mom] passes out pajamas every year — different ones. We all have to wear them and we sleep at the house and wake up at 6 a.m. The girls make breakfast and we open presents and the whole nine," Rob said. "My mom also throws an awesome Christmas party every year and at the end of the party — once everyone leaves — we all sit by the fire and talk as a family."
How cute. We hope those pajamas aren't produced in a Chinese sweatshop, Kris!
On a more serious note, Rob revealed his hopes for the holiday season — and they focus on his older sister, Kim Kardashian.
"This is the time she needs us the most and every time we're together as a family, we're having fun. We're happy," he said, referring to her divorce from her husband of 72 days, Kris Humphries. "We've been together as a family for a long time. We're normally traveling or working, but we've all been together in the same household for about a month or so and it's definitely a great thing."
That's great and all, but what does he want? To stay single, apparently.
"I mean, I want a girlfriend. I've been single for a while, but I'm 24 years old and I feel like I have a lot of work to do on myself first and that's really what I've been focusing on. I'm focusing on my health and getting into shape and my career," he added to the magazine. "I like being single right now."
Stay adorable, Rob.
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