Leave It to Kim Kardashian to Take Even a Small Party Detail Like This to an Absurd Level

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Ice is great, right? It keeps your drinks cold, you can carve it into a giant swan, you can skate on top of it — there’s a lot to love about ice. But some people just can’t seem to leave well enough alone when it comes to the ol’ frozen cubes. People like Kim Kardashian, who apparently felt the need to class up the cubes at her recent baby shower.

Some people on Twitter are arguing that Kim’s fancy ice cubes prove you can’t buy taste. Once you see the ice cubes in question, you might find yourself thinking the same thing.


As if she weren’t rich enough already, the woman made $10 million in one day of selling her new perfume. So yeah, she can afford to enjoy the finer things in life.

Can’t decide between pizza and Chinese food? Easy. Get both!  

So when it came time for Kim to throw another baby shower, you know she went all out.

The shower for Kimye baby No. 3 had a cherry blossom theme. (And in case you’re wondering whether the color of the flowers is a clue, yes! They’re having a girl!)

Yup, those are actual, real trees in Kim Kardashian’s house. Because if you don’t have trees inside your house, is it even really a party?

Say what you will about Kim Kardashian, but the woman knows how to market herself. OK, live trees, twinkly lights, and fancy perfume are all well and good — but what about the ice at this party? You have to see it…

There’s clearly something happening in this picture, and we can only assume that Kim Kardashian likes it. Her tweet seems very proud, doesn’t it?

There’s definitely ice. And there’s definitely something pink inside the ice. Beyond that, it’s difficult to say.

But why? Is this how fancy people prefer their ice? Because if so, we’re happy to be solidly middle class, thanks.

But how do you achieve something this magical? Someone post the recipe to Pinterest, STAT!  

(To be fair, she posted the ice to Twitter, not Instagram. And we all know there are no rules when it comes to Twitter.) What do you think? Would you try the fancy flower ice in your own home, or is it taking things a bit too far?