So while all of this is going on can we take a moment to remember the people who truly deserve to break the internet? People who leave their families and risk their lives to fight for the good of their country? People struggling everyday to feed their families because they're unemployed? People who rescue animals that are living in the most horrendous of conditions? People who visit a local elderly person so that they don't go through each day in complete loneliness? Seems simple doesn't it? So what was so fantastic about Kim Kardashians recent publicity hungry stunt that makes it deserve more attention than all of these things? It only takes a few seconds to take off all your clothes, hardly a life changing series of events.
Lets take a moment to think about Bob Geldof for example. A man who is no doubt facing a devastating Christmas due to the tragic death of his daughter earlier this year. Yet, somehow he managed to selflessly raise up to £1 million in five minutes to help Ebola victims in West Africa by gathering a group of the worlds most talented and well loved music artists and releasing Band Aid 30- "Do They Know It's Christmas?" Its people like this that should be breaking the internet.
Open your eyes people, there are bigger things in the world than Kim Kardashians behind...