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Monday, 24 September 2012

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In her defense, Kim says that she did allow Kris to keep his 29 ball NBA basketball collection. (Photo by Marv Albert).

CHICAGO - The reputable marriage publication weekly It's A Rice Day has just named their annual 'Worst Wife of The Decade' recipient.

Publication editor Ursula P. Springswallow, 51, stated that after much consideration and deliberation the individual chosen was television reality star Kim Kardashian, 31.

Ms. Springswallow stated that the fact that Kardashian was only married for 72 days was in itself reason enough to receive the top award.

Another contributing factor was the fact that not once during their marriage of 72 days did Kim so much as even cook a hard-boiled egg for her husband, NBA star Kris Humphries.

Ms. Springswallow added that when Kim refused to return the $2 million wedding ring and other personal items of value it greatly cemented her choice for the yearly award as it showed that she seems to fit the bill of exactly what a golddigger is.

SIDENOTE: The official divorce decree listed the reason for the Kim Kardashian - Kris Humphries divorce as Ipso Habeas Se Habla Facto which is legalese for Kim and Kris just not seeing eye-to-eye which was no doubt due to the very obvious fact that Kim stands 5-feet-2-inches tall and Kris stands 6-feet-9-inches tall.

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