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The Videogum Why Don’t YOU Caption It? Contest: Scott Disick’s Stupid Eye Patch

Gabe Delahaye | November 27, 2012 - 6:00 pm

I know that Kardashian related posts don’t do that well on this site because everyone WENT TO COLLEGE and thinks they are SUPERIOR TO REGULAR AMERICANS, but they are OUR ROYALTY, so why don’t you GET OVER IT and JUST HAVE FUN FOR ONCE. Seriously, guys, Keeping Up with the Kardashians is amazing. It’s like an entire series dedicated to those talking compost piles from Fraggle Rock. Besides, it is literally (maybe not literally) the biggest thing in the world right now. Don’t you at least want to be part of the conversation? Scott Disick was already in the “news” this week because his meatpacking Japanese restaurant, which was the focal point for one of my favorite episodes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians when Rob was sad because he wasn’t going to have his sock line ready in time for Fashion Week and then he told Scott in his hotel room apology that he was sorry that he called him a bad father in front of his girlfriend but that he was just jealous of the success that Scott was having as an entrepreneur and a restauranteur while his sock line wasn’t even going to be ready in time for Fashion Week and then probably someone hurt Bruce Jenner’s feelings over something, but that meatpacking Japanese restaurant is closing. My favorite part of the Eater post on the closing was this: “Last month, the restaurant started selling cheesesteaks and waffle fries through a to-go window.” Ahhhhh! Hahahahha! “We are a fine dining establishment focused on traditional Japanese cuisine. But you might also enjoy our cheeseteaks and waffle fries, which we sell through a to-go window. What’s that? Yes, blaring house music is absolutely a Japanese dining tradition.” Look at Scott Disick’s dumb eyepatch. What a dummy. Hahaha. What a dumb dumb! Caption this photo. What do you think the eyepatch has to say about all of this? Poor eyepatch!

Winner will receive special placement in this week’s Monsters’ Ball. Which is better than dinner for two at Scott Disick’s restaurant. Or being Scott Disick. (Image Via BuzzFeed.)