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The Kardashians

Scott Disick Throws A Rager, Smashes Plates And Calls People Peasants

Say what you will about Scott Disick, the man doesn’t disappoint in the drama department!

In the March 17 episode of Kourtney and Kim Take Miami, Scott is left home alone in Miami while girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian and sister Kim went out of town. Naturally, the Lord of the manor wants to put his newly purchased acquired title to good use, and have some folks over for a modest little Lord Disick-themed party.

Why? Because, “It’s finally time for other people to appreciate the Lord!”

Also, he’s got the place to himself, so why not? “The girls are gone so I figured what better way to share my royal title with some of my friends and let them feel what it’s like to be me,” he said. “But only for a little bit. Then they have to leave like peasants.”

Scott kicked off his lavish affair with a grand entrance: a jester blew a trumpet to get the attention of the assembled crowd, a butler announced Scott’s arrival “in his wonderful carriage.” Then, Scott was driven in on a Bentley convertible, wearing yet another ridiculous Tudor coat and saying,“Tonight, we dine like gentlemen!”

Classic Disick! The would-be nobleman also had women in period garb strewing flower petals in his path as he walked and sentries dressed up like members of the Queen’s Guard, just to set the mood.

Then Scott and his pals, including bestie Chapman, ate and drank in style. No really, Scott made them all wear crowns.

In true Scott fashion, things got crazier as the night went on. “LD is here to stay,” he said. “And to break some s**t.”

And break some s**t he did! After dinner it seems like there was much shouting and plate smashing, and we think one of Scott’s pals put it best: “Oh, Lord.”

Source: Radar Online

03.18.2013 / 07:00 AM EDT by Gemma Wilson
Related: The Kardashians, Scott Disick, Kourtney and Kim Take Miami

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