With two ex-husbands, a notorious sex tape and a family with a penchant for dramatic feuds, you'd be forgiven for thinking there are probably a lot of things in life that Kim Kardashian doesn't like. As it turns out, however, there are just three - and they're a lot more basic than you would expect. In fact, there's every chance you share them.
But for anyone that loves a messy burger, a good curry or a nice chunky hotdog, they're probably three big ones: blue cheese, cilantro and mustard. To be honest though, for a woman famous for her killer figure and known for her love of the Atkins diet (which prioritizes lean meat and veggies), we can't imagine she would have been getting through a whole lot of blue cheese burgers anyway.
The tasty revelation was made in the most recent episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, "Catch Me If You Cannes". Despite their close relationship, it seems her mum Kris doesn't quite agree with her daughter's choice of food foes, as she responded incredulously: "Who hates blue cheese?" before answering her own question with a resounding: "Nobody." You go Kris!
It's not the first time Kim has aired her views on food - in 2012, she was forced to publicly apologize after branding all Indian food "disgusting" in a different episode of KUWTK, based solely on the fact that she's not a fan of cilantro or peppers.
Perhaps we shouldn't be so surprised about the reality star's aversions though, as they're not entirely uncommon. Blue cheese was recently voted on of Britain's most hated foods and cilantro has an even worse reputation for being polarizing. Of 1600 people surveyed by the University of Toronto, over 20 percent said they "couldn't stand" the taste; scientists have now found an actual gene that, for some people, makes the herb taste like soap.
We're willing to think Kim's sister Khloe would be up for an old-fashioned hotdog and mustard, however, as she has previously given us a glimpse into her own cheat day meals, which include epic choices such as cheesecake, cinnamon rolls and fried chicken.
Kim on the other hand, appears to be more of a chocolate fan; having expressed her love for churros on her Twitter, she was this week showing off her baking skills on Instagram after making these delicious Halloween ghost brownies.
The best bit of it all though, is that you just know that the moment this scene aired, the same heated conversations broke out in millions living rooms all over the country, probably all slating the familiar demons of sprouts, celery and licorice.
So tell us, what would top your list of foods that are just plain wrong? For me, it's got to be the abomination that is coleslaw. Don't get me wrong, I like every single item that goes into it, but when it's all mixed together it just tastes like a mushy pile of pure evil, like a soggy, limp, mayonnaise drenched salad. Pure evil. Rant over.