Not sure which one is which, but hopefully it won't matter for long.

Not sure which one is which, but hopefully it won’t matter for long.

While you were boozing and eating and enjoying family (or promising never to return home) yesterday, did you ever stop for a moment to consider the circumstances of those more fortunate than you? Did it ever cross your mind: what are the Kardashians doing for Christmas?

While you can rest a little easier knowing that Scott Disick is still licking the wounds from his failed shitty Asian fusion restaurant… that doesn’t take away from the profoundly dumb things the Kardashians gave their teenagers.

Yes, arguably the least talented members of the clan, Kendall and Kylie Jenner (they’re models, nebulously) (like in an Ali Lohan way) spent Jesus’ birthday getting showered in thousands and thousands of dollars worth of tacky designer shit. Because that’s how America’s most consumptive family does; they tweet photos of $2000 handbags given to teenagers.

First off, 15-year-old Kylie demonstrates just how much that Celine bag has jumped the shark:

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What a 15-year-old needs $3000+ worth of purses for, we honestly don’t know. But we do hope this is the death knell for the once mighty It bag.

Here’s another angle, in case you weren’t properly blown away by how much money they have:

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Next up, shoes:

Screen Shot 2012-12-26 at 9.47.08 AMKendall got some Balenciaga boots.

…Along with some amazingly, stunningly ugly Christian Louboutins (they’re from older sister Khloe Kardashian, per Instagram):

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Seriously, though, what happened to good taste? Didn’t it used to be verboten to publicly brag about how much money you have? When did this shit become acceptable?

So, remember kids: next time you get that impulse to tweet or share a photo of the dumb designer shit you just procured… realize that doing so makes you look like a Kardashian. And not even necessarily one of the famous ones.

(Main photo via Wenn)