Kourtney Kardashian and Kim Kardashian seem to remember those university days a little differently
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On August 18, Kim Kardashian takes back the days when Kourtney Kardashian was a student at the University of Arizona and posted a picture of the sisters attending a college on Instagram.
“University or baby !!!” wrote a caption for this snapshot. “The University of Arizona prevented me from being a wild party girl on my own. I remember visiting the court on campus and being the driver. I hated all the crazy parties so much that I stayed home and never wanted to drink and have fun … so thank you A. of U. “I’ve never been a student there, but you’ve shaped my life more than you think.”
But Kourtney recalled the events a little differently. “I remember feeding you forest water and someone else driving, not mentioning their names, and blowing up Ruff Ryders,” he replied, “(maybe I was throwing a lot of parties to remember correctly, who else wants to call?).”
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“College graduate LOL wild party girl,” he added, drawing an arrow.
Still, Kim remained attached to her story. “Hmmmm I’m not!” wrote the answer. “I remember 14 people getting stuck in the car I was driving or @KhloeKardashian Eminem exploding! Bar fight. Jaw broken! That’s it for AZ this weekend.”
Speaking of Khloe Kardashian, Kim did not like to be left out of Kim’s explosion in the past and commented, “I was very naughty that night.” KoKo then decided to teach her sister by sending pictures of all three.
“Thanks Keeks!” he loved her. “Ummmm, hello !! I was there too! I know I’m smiling through #UofA.”
And the memories continued to flow. As Kourtney comments, “It’s the night of the Khlo-motion party where we put Jungle Juice in the fridge!”
While the exact details of these college nights are the subject of discussion, one thing is certain: Who is currently studying to become a lawyer.
“When [my kids] see that I have a film career and try my flash cards and makeup samples on each side of my arm while trying to read it all, I hope they are inspired because they know they can work,” Van Jones told CNN in a 2019 interview. “By the end of my 30s, whether I’m trying to graduate college or do it now, it’s never too late and there’s really no easy way out. I’ve always worked hard and I hope my kids want to do this work ethic and do the same.”
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