Khloe Kardashian has done a majority of her communication on social media by the use of quotes and the last day of the decade was no different.
The 35-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was in reflective mode as she looked back over the past 12 months and had one question on her mind.
As the hours of the year ticked by, Khloe began filling her Instagram stories with cryptic quotes but her true feelings were reflected in her one direction question.
Khloe asked: “2019 is almost over and all I gotta say is what the hell was that.”
It was probably a fair question as The Good American mogul broke up from NBA star Tristan Thompson, that father of her daughter True.
What made matters worse was that the break-up was made more sensational by the addition of Jordyn Woods in to the scenario.
Jordyn was the BFF of Kylie Jenner at the time but after she allegedly kissed Tristan at a house party, the pair were both jettisoned from the KarJenner inner circle.
While Jordyn has remained on the naughty list and her friendship with Kylie has not been repaired, there has been some light at the end of the tunnel for Tristan, as he co-parents True with Khloe.
The reality star seemed to reference his pursuit of her with a quote that read: “She’s pretending like she doesn’t miss you. You’re pretending like you don’t care. Ego is a hell of a drug.”
Another stated soon afterwards: “Our generation thinks it’s COOL NOT TO CARE. It’s not. Effort is cool. Caring is cool. Staying loyal is cool. Try it out.”
Khloe looked to ramp up the positivity as the new year approached, quoting: “Dear self, you’re ready for 2020. It’s going to be your year. You’re going to succeed in anything you set your mind to. Let’s do this.”
She completed the steam of quotes with what seemed to be her ‘to-do list’ for the coming year.
Khloe posted: “More fun. More adventures. More sleep. More laughter. Less negative. Less stress. More creating. More love. Just believe that good things are on their way.”
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