Kim Kardashian Mentioned Getting A Surrogate And Twitter Is Already Lining Up


Kim Kardashian West wants your womb and she wants it now.

On Sunday nights episode of Keeping Up withthe Kardashians, Kimmy explored the possibility of enlisting a surrogate to carry her third child after doctors warned her another pregnancy would be high-risk, or, as drama mama Kris Jenner phrased it,

You could bleed to death.

Following the ep, fans on Twitter began throwing their waist trainers into the ring to carry Kim and Kanyes baby.

In a mere two days, a wondrous selection of potential surrogates have already made themselves available to the Wests.

Kim, Kanye, meet your prospective surrogates:

First upis Emily. Shes a licensed social worker who also runs a seasonal Christmas tree farm (ambitious!). Her family has a history of juvenile diabetes, but they also have a history of responsibly managing their juvenile diabetes.

Meet Kate. Shes a champion cage fighter with an eye for interior design. In college, her sorority sisters let her decorate the common room without any input from the group because she had the best style and the richest parents. Kate hasnt had a fever since 1998.

This is Joseeee. He is a man and does not have ovaries or a womb or a birth canal, but hes a hard worker and he learns fast. Anything is possible.

Next up: Ashhley. What she lacks in hand/eye coordination she makes up for with her ability to start a fire with two dry sticks, Oregon Trail-style. She has a BA in Brochure Literature from SUNY Binghamton and loves to indoor hike.

Hey there, Kaci! Kaci is a self-described pimp who uses Twitter to keep track of her hoes. Thats right, an entrepreneur! Kaci is rumored to be a descendent of Edward Rutledge, the youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence. Her blood type is AB Negative, so good luck with that.

Wow. Truly wow. With so many outstanding candidates to choose from, its not a matter of will Kimye choose a surrogate for their third child, but when.

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