Drama Queens Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian Are Feuding Like Cats and Dogs

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 21 August 2010

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Kim Kardashian's pet dog which she has named Paris Hilton, Jr.

HOLLYWOOD - Two of Tinsel Town's little rich socialite girls Paris "I'm" Hot" Hilton and Kim "Badonkadonk" Kardashian have become engulfed in one hell of a feud.

It appears that both 'do nothing' playgirls were at the same 'noses-in-the-air' party at Las Vegas' Club Lavo and neither one said a single word to the other, even though they were both seated at the same table.

When asked about this Paris said that she had just not noticed that Kim was there. Kim replied that she just did not recognize Paris since she spent most of the night with a bottle of Chivas Regal in front of her face.

A close friend of both who did not want her name mentioned said that the bad blood goes back a few years when Paris made a remark to the effect that the word Kardashian is Armenian for big butted.

Nicole Richie went on to point out that back then Kim had fired back by saying that at least she isn't anorexic looking like Paris is. She then stated that if it were not for Paris' Adam's apple the dishwater blonde skank would literally have no figure what so ever.

Paris replied that Kim's oversized ass could easily house a family of six homeless otters. Kim noted that Paris is so skinny and so pale that you can actually see her pancreas, her liver, and both of her ovaries.

SIDENOTE: The Paris Hilton - Kim Kardashian Feud will no doubt continue since both 29-year-olds are stubborn, hard-headed, and jealous as the dickens.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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