We often think that celebrities operate within a different framework to us mere mortals. They get all of the finest things in life, go to parties we could never get into, and meet in shadowy rooms to discuss their reptilian conquest of our puny planet.
In reality, however, they are just the same as us, they put their trousers on one leg at a time. Or do they? It turns out that some of the more ordinary habits of regular life haven't quite filtered up into the upper echelons of society yet.
Last night Kylie Jenner made a discovery. She was so excited about it that she went onto Twitter to tell the masses:
What has she been putting on her cereal all of this time? Moët & Chandon? Chanel No. 5? Glitter?
Moreover, has she ever tried to eat a single Shredded Wheat without having any milk on it? It's virtually impossible.
She then revealed her further ignorance of breakfast-time etiquette:
Jenner also answered the important of which cereal is the cereal du jour in her household.
"Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Amazing"
Well, she's got that right at least.
And hey, she isn't the first celebrity to have a problem like this...
Naturally, the news that a woman who is famous for basically nowt doesn't know how to eat cereal properly sent the Internet into absolute meltdown:
That's a bit harsh - we all know that she doesn't consume the blood of the poor. Surely rubbing it into her skin to maintain her perpetual youth is a more likely scenario.
That being said, some have defended her:
It begs the question: What else is she unaware of? Her life could be so much further enriched by learning about peanut butter and jam, chips and gravy, or pizza and Peri-Peri sauce (you're welcome).
Of course, there is the very real possibility that this is all a huge publicity scam. As soon as the Kardashians get on board with anything, they like to try and turn it into an opportunity for monetary gain.
This can surely only mean one thing - Kardashian cereal will be out by the end of the year, mark my words.
But what should they call it? Special K is out of the question, obviously.
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