Haters will say it's Photoshopped—because it probably is.
The Kardashian-Jenner sisters are known for Photoshopping everything from their Instagram posts to Christmas cards. Sometimes, though, a photo can be over-edited to the point where it’s hilarious.
Case in point: on Monday, Kourtney Kardashian shared a photo on Instagram to promote her mysterious new website, Poosh. The oldest Kardashian sister has been teasing the website’s launch since the beginning of March; at this point, the only thing we know is it’s a new lifestyle brand.
However, few things are off in Kourtney’s photo, notably that her thigh seems to be in the wrong place, the position of her face and neck is unnatural, and there seems to be something that looks like a nipple on her right wrist.
Users’ remarks on the photo pointed all these Photoshop fails out, calling for Kourtney to hire a new photo editor, and stat.
But the best part of her Instagram post is the caption, which is ironic given just how Photoshopped the image is: “Love yourself as deeply as you love them.”
In other Kardashian news, people are upset about a t-shirt that Khloé shared to Instagram, which reads, “Love thy racist neighbor.” At first, its message seemed superficially touching, with each line dedicated to a different marginalized group: “Thy Homeless Neighbor, Thy Muslim Neighbor, Thy Black Neighbor, Thy Gay Neighbor,” etc. However, the second to last line read “Thy Racist Neighbor.” Critics were quick to point out that for a celebrity with a biracial daughter, endorsing the idea that racism isn't a choice—and that we should embrace it—is truly absurd.