It's been a rough year for Kendall Jenner. Pretty much everything she's put her name on in 2017 has imploded. First, there was her disastrous Pepsi campaign commercial, with its tone deaf appropriation of Black Lives Matter imagery that embraced the police with soda. Then she became associated with the hilarious nightmare that was the failed Fyre Festival after appearing in a video promoting the event, without identifying it as #sponcon. Things are not coming up Kendall.
But how could they? Even her sister is against her. Khloé Kardashian shared a video to Instagram on Monday of Kendall in a big fuzzy pink jacket face planting on a gravel road as she unsuccessfully attempts to navigate a bike:
Khloé captioned the video "My work here is done." That kind of implies she sabotaged Kendall, doesn't it? Or maybe her "work" is just revealing what a dweeb Kendall is behind the scenes as well. It almost makes her more endearing.
And of course, everyone is loving it:
Get up, brush yourself off, and get back on that bike, Kendall. You've recovered from two major blow ups already. Literal dirt is nothing in comparison to what you've done this year.
Finding a handwritten note pressed between the pages of a book, or in the pocket of some secondhand clothing you purchased, or tucked away in some part of a house you recently moved into, is almost always an exciting find. The fact that someone took time to pen their thoughts and feelings down and then hide them away is super cool. It gives you a personal look into someone's thoughts, especially if it's a note that wasn't intended to be read by anyone else.
It's even better when the note is a blast from the past, because then you're getting some legit first-hand history from an actual person, not some lame lecture on the Louisiana Purchase or news articles on the first World War.
Maybe it's because so few people actually write anything by hand anymore, but even finding notes written just the other day feels special. Sure it's a bit voyeuristic to read a note meant for someone else, but, hey, if they didn't want someone reading it, maybe they shouldn't have written it down in the first place.
Whatever, I refuse to feel bad for looking at found notes.