Unbreakable Joy - Unisex fragrance released by former couple Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom in 2012. Selling for $20 on Amazon.com, Unbreakable Joy is advertised as containing all of the following fragrance notes: Spice, Bubbly Champagne, Musky Jasmine, Sweet Chocolate, and Vanilla.

University of Arizona - State university in Tucson, Arizona from which Kourtney Kardashian graduated with a degree in Theatre Arts. Though she's the only Kardashian sister to graduate from college, Kourtney failed two classes during her time as a student because she was too nervous to give speeches.

Versailles - Palace in the Île-de-France region of France that became the center of French political power in 1682 when King Louis XIV moved there from Paris. Three-plus centuries later, in 2014, the site of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding rehearsal dinner.

Vivid Entertainment - American adult film production company. The first studio to introduce celebrity sex tapes, the most popular of which was Kim Kardashian's tape with Ray J, Kim Kardashian Superstar (2007). After Kardashian sued Vivid for distributing the sex tape, the parties settled out of court for $5 million. In 2010, an anonymous party offered Vivid $20 million for the rights to Kim Kardashian Superstar, presumably to stop it from being sold and downloaded, which the company turned down.

Vocal Fry - Modern speech trend, also known as “glottalization,” in which the voice creates a creaky sound, popularized by the Kardashian sisters.

Vogue - Iconic fashion and lifestyle magazine that featured Kim Kardashian and Kanye West on its cover in April 2014. Prior to the issue, many presumed notorious Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour would never feature Kardashian on the cover, primarily because she was banned from the Wintour-run Met Gala until she began dating West (and when she did attend in 2013, Vogue.com Photoshopped her out of a photograph).