So Kim Kardashian and Kanye West finally got that Vogue cover everyone was predicting, and it’s pretty predictable. My first thought was ‘Oh, they’re married already?’ and my second was what I was going to eat for dinner tonight. But then I started to read the words. One of them is “Vogue,” which has just lost 100% of its meaning, so let’s skip that one. There is also the phrase “chic,” which consistently refuses to die, the awkward “selfie-made,” and a reference to “flats,” which is probably slang for those hip Australian coffees blowing up in Brooklyn right now. Then there is a GINORMOUS HASHTAG with which I can’t even more than Kim can’t even:
— Kim Kardashian (@KimKardashian) March 21, 2014
Except not in a YAAAS way.
Vogue, bro, you don’t need a hashtag on a print mag. It’s more impossible to click than it would be if you Tweeted it out using the correct grammar. And if you really insist, at least use one I can do something funny with in under 140 characters without using Twitlonger. I do think Kim looks beautiful, but it’s just really not a good cover.
At least I’ll be $2.99 richer in April 2014. Or has the cost of Vogue increased since I last bought it in 2003?