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Wednesday, 11 September 2013

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Kris and Bruce Jenner both agree that their sex tape should be a big seller.

HOLLYWOOD HILLS - Word coming out of The Kardashian Klan Kompound is that Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney are not at all happy with the recent revelation about a sex tape of parents Kris and Bruce Jenner's mattress merriment.

The tape first surfaced in the El Segundo area of Los Angeles and has now been viewed over 2.9 million times all over the world, including Alaska.

Kim said when she first saw the tape she figured that it was a fake but when she saw her mom's wedding ring up close she knew it was real.

Khloe remarked that she felt that the tape had been photoshopped. Kourtney stated that she wondered why her mom allowed herself to be videotaped wearing such a hideous pair of sandals.

According to The Amalgamated Data Gathering Agency the Jenner-Jenner sex tape has an XX rating due to explicit language, unnatural physical couplings, and unhuman-like moaning.

Kris Jenner was asked by Vodka Vermicelli with iRumors if she plans on pulling the sex tape from distribution.

The Kardashian matriarch laughed and said absolutely not and pointed out that they figure to make upwards of $2.7 million profit on the sale of the sex tape.

SIDENOTE: The sex tape is titled, Kris and Bruce Doing The Hokey Pokey With Unbridled Abandon.

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