The Kardashians Are Probably Going To Sue Ford Now

March 26, 2013 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

Over the weekend, Ford officials responded to a really stupid decision by an advertising agency in India to give the Kardashian sisters a little dab of rape culture by basically admitting that the automobile manufacturer doesn’t review its ads before they hit the streets. JWT India’s recent posters for the Ford Figo showed Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian bound and gagged in the back of Paris Hilton’s car, as if the irrelevant former reality star would be seen driving a tiny car or could handle Khloe’s retard strength by herself.

Needless to say, Kris Jenner and the Kim Kardashian Moneymaking Experience weren’t going to just let this one fly by, so they released their own response, and it’s as litigious as you’d expect from a family that sold a fake wedding to E! for $17 million.

“The ‘leave your worries behind’ Ford ads are disgusting, vile and offensive to all women,” a Kardashian attorney told “omg! Insider.” “It is unacceptable that Ford would align itself with an ad agency that would so carelessly release these ads. The Kardashians do not take this lightly and they are exploring all of their legal options.” (Yahoo!)

If anyone knows what is disgusting, vile and offensive to all women, it’s the women who became famous because one of them made an amateur porn movie that was basically directed by her own mom. And it’s the women who challenge each other to pussy-smelling contests by rubbing napkins on their vaginas. And it’s the women who… just go ahead and insert anything else they’ve ever done here, because it’s all equally horrible.

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