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Kourtney Kardashian made me LMAO with her comment about her family’s marriage history

Rob Kardashian didn’t include any of his family members during his engagement to Blac Chyna, and they were not happy about it. In fact, on the latest episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim wondered if he hated everyone because they weren’t invited or included. To be fair, Blac Chyna’s family was around when he popped the question. But also, as Kim admitted, she got married when she was 19 without telling anyone in her family. She’s hardly one to talk.

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As she has been known to do, Kourtney didn’t waste any time giving Kim, and the entire family, some perspective on the engagement. At one point, Kourtney reminded everyone, “How many times have we gone to a wedding in this family, and they don’t mean shit?”

Can we take a moment to just appreciate her brilliance? She constantly proves that she is the best Kardashian because she’s always in on the joke that is their fame.

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The thing is, whether or not they are famous, Kourtney is doing exactly what a good sister and friend should do. If the sisters were truthful about their feelings, they’re just upset that they didn’t get to be part of their brother’s special day. And it’s easy to pile on and gossip when everyone’s disappointed, but it’s not the mature or constructive thing to do.

As the oldest and most mature, Kourtney understood this, and put an end to it. She basically told Kim to get over it because it’s not that big of a deal.

If anyone has a right to be upset, it’s Tyga, and even he said, “At the end of the day, it’s not about you.” Which, again, was brilliant to say to Kim.

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I do feel bad for Khloé because she is the closest to Rob, and probably would have been there to support him, had he given her the chance. But, again, it’s not about them. This is his big day and he deserves to celebrate it however he wants to, without the opinions of all his sisters and his mother.

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