Khloé Kardashian Says What We’re All Thinking to Bickering Exes Kourtney & Scott

I come from a huge extended family and one thing that is really annoying is when one of your cousins – or aunts or uncles – starts dating someone that you really, really like and it doesn’t last. They mesh so well with everyone that it’s like they’ve actually become a full on member, even when they split from your relative.

And that’s when the awkwardness starts, especially when the person you’re related to starts dating someone else. What happens at that point? Does the ex, who is now deemed a part of the family, still come round to birthday parties, christenings and funerals? And, if you don’t invite them, is it a “thing,” so to speak? Is it a snub not to invite them? Would you feel guilty if you don’t? What’s the protocol? It’s tricky, right?[

Well in the upcoming episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians that family has to come to terms with the decision they made not to invite Kourtney’s ex, Scott Disick, to Khloé’s surprise birthday party. We all know that he’s great at keeping his opinions to himself (not), so obviously he had plenty to say about it.

Khloe Kardashian talking
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Why was Scott Disick not invited to Khloé Kardashian’s surprise party?

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Marissa Charles

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