Kim Kardashian Almost Adopted a Girl In Thailand

 

On Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians on E!, viewers learn that Kim Kardashian almost adopted a girl named Pink while on a family vacation in Thailand.

However, Pink, 12, lives in an orphanage in Thailand where adoption isn’t an option.

When Kim told mama Kris about her desire to adopt Pink she wasn’t too jazzed about the idea. Kris said,

That’s a little aggressive. I think that you can’t just go to an orphanage and fall in love with a child and then take them home like you’re shopping. You get very passionate about things and then you don’t think the whole thing through. I bet there are other things that you could do that would make all the difference in this little girl’s life.

Since adopting Pink wasn’t an option, Kim had no choice but to find “other things” to help the orphan. She decides to bring a few gifts to the orphanage, not only for Pink but for all the children.

Watch the clip here.

Do you think Nori and Pink would have gotten along if Kim was able to adopt her?

Also, congrats to Kim for making it to day 73 of marriage!

Farmer Summons Cattle with Lorde’s “Royals”

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Looks like these cows definitely want to be royals!

Kansas Farmer Derek Klingenberg, famous for covering pop songs on YouTube, managed to summon an entire herd of cows with his rendition of Lorde’s “Royals.”

The video begins with Klingenberg facing the camera and whispering “shhh” before sitting on a lawn chair to play the popular song on his trombone.

Just before the first chorus, a few black cattle begin to appear across the landscape. And they’re not moving slow either.

Turns out that Lorde vibes really get them cows movin’!

At about three minutes in, the video speeds up and the cows form a tight crowd around the farmer.

It’s simply amazing.

I wonder what other animals would respond this way to Lorde. Sheep? Horses?

Check out Farmer Derek Klingenberg on YouTube, where you’ll find some more of his cool covers, especially this awesome “Blurred Lines” parody, farm animal edition.