11 Everyday People Who Must Really Hate the Kardashians (PHOTOS)

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11 Everyday People Who Must Really Hate the Kardashians (PHOTOS)

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11 Everyday People Who Must Really Hate the Kardashians (PHOTOS)

The first family of the United States is unpopular these days, but the first family of reality TV has been unpopular for years.

In this chronological slideshow of non-famous Kardashian haters, read about 11 people who probably think the famous fam represents the downfall of civilization.

11 Everyday People Who Must Really Hate the Kardashians (PHOTOS)
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The organizer of BoycottKim.com

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The organizer of BoycottKim.com

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“Boycott Kim Kardashian and all that she stands for by going after those who hire her and give her incentive to continue to pollute our culture,” wrote the author of this now-defunct petition site. As of Christmas 2011, over 300,000 people had put down their signatures.

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The Southampton sticker brigade

The Southampton sticker brigade

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Someone (or some ones) protested the filming of Kourtney and Khloé Take the Hamptons by plastering the Long Island hamlet with “#NODASH” stickers in July 2014 — though local business owners told TMZ the Kardashian presence there was good for business.

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James Shamsi

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James Shamsi

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This British viral marketer made headlines in May 2015, when he was just 21, for developing #KardBlock, a browser extension that eliminates all mention of the Kardashian-West-Jenner fam.

“Did you hear that Kim just released a book of her selfies, like yesterday or the day before? Her selfies!” he asked The Daily Beast.

“I didn’t sign up to these sites to hear about things like that. I am interested in deeper issues. But every platform seems interested in Kardashian news to the point that everything else gets crushed.”

John Brown

John Brown

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This Good Day Orlando host walked off the set of his morning show in August 2015 after an entertainment reporter talked about Kylie naming her rabbit Bruce.

“I am having a good Friday, so I refuse to talk about the Kardashians today. You are on your own, Amy,” he told his co-host.

“We’re talking about the family every freakin’ day on this show. Nobody cares about this family anymore!”

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A would-be arsonist in West Hollywood

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A would-be arsonist in West Hollywood

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In June 2016, a man threw a “lit object” through the front door of the Dash store on Melrose Avenue. According to the Los Angeles Times, the projectile broke the glass but torched a grand total of zero things inside.

The woman who flour-bombed Kim

The woman who flour-bombed Kim

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Kim got dusted with flour by an unidentified woman in September as she arrived at a West Hollywood hotel for a fragrance launch.

“That probably is the craziest, unexpected, weird thing that ever happened to me,” the reality star told E! News.

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Allison Pearson

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Allison Pearson

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In an essay titled “Kim Kardashian and the price of preening narcissism,” this columnist for The Telegraph didn’t mince her words.

“I hate her to the width of her preposterous posterior and the snow-globe swelling of her bumptious boobs,” she wrote.

“For turning conspicuous consumption into an art form, for making Narcissus look only mildly self-obsessed, for saying female empowerment is photographing your own backside (LOL!), for fame without talent, and shopping without end, for being the mirror in which a billion young girls look and find themselves plain, for all these do I loathe thee, Kim.”

Carl Puia

Carl Puia

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This intrepid 74-year-old was arrested on third-degree criminal mischief charges this month after allegedly destroying several copies of Kim’s book Selfish at a local Barnes & Noble in October 2016.

“Six of the books were destroyed in the massacre and could not be revived,” Glastonbury police grimly noted, per People.

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Luis & Christine De La Torre

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These artists listed this  screen-printed masterpiece on Etsy in December 2016 under the title “Who Cares About Kim Kardashian.” (Kim probably only saw her face and hit the “Favorite” button.)

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When this designer listed this “Stop Making Stupid Famous People” button on Etsy this month, she shadily tagged it with the word “Kardashian... and, for the record, “Trump.”

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The first family of the United States is unpopular these days, but the first family of reality TV has been unpopular for years.

In this chronological slideshow of non-famous Kardashian haters, read about 11 people who probably think the famous fam represents the downfall of civilization.