Although I've never met Kim and have no reason to defend the woman, I have to say that we should probably give her a break. She recently had multiple surgeries on her uterus and hasn't been able to work out for a while. Heck, I strained my back doing deadlifts and laid down on the floor at Whole Foods for an hour straight, so who am I to judge?
However, I've been scratching my head and trying to come up with a reason for why she would ever pose like this.
She was modeling some of her hubby Kanye West's sneakers, and it's not that there's anything necessarily wrong with the photo. It shows the sneakers. It shows a perfectly made-up Kim Kardashian laying on a bed.
Now sure, she's got this kind of vacant, weird, nothing-there look that a lot of different models rock, but the big issue here is the weird way her leg is bent.
My toddler sits like that and it drives me insane, because the long-term effects of "w-sitting" can hurt someone's legs and it greatly hinders muscle tone and strength.
When a leg bends like that, it also straight-up makes someone look like they're a victim at a crime scene. Something that more than a few people were willing to point out.
It didn't take long for a tidal wave of photoshops to surface on Twitter roasting Kim for her stanky-leg pose.
Whether it was putting her in an "I've fallen and I can't get up!" infomercial...
Or making her participate in a new dance craze, there was no end to the creativity people put on display to roast the Disaster Movie star.
Some of the memes were pretty complimentary. Like having Kim win the San Francisco marathon.
Actually, Kim Kardashian would make for a pretty good "Fork Knife" character.
The Toy Story references are my personal favorite.
I never knew that she was this good at Twister, either.
Some of the activities they had her doing in the shops were a little on the dangerous side.
Are these memes hilarious? Yes. Do they poke fun at a pose that was ill-conceived from Kim K.? Without question.
Will they keep her up at night with the worry that strangers on the internet are judging her? Well, I don't think so.
Why? Because she has to figure out ways to spend the $720,000 she receives each time she posts a photo of herself holding a product on Instagram.