Kimye wedding trolled by New York Sports Club, New York Post, Internet in general

New York Sports Club reminds Kanye West in ad that "the last guy only lasted 72 days."
By Evan Bleier   |   May 27, 2014 at 1:51 PM   |   Comments

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NEW YORK, May 27 (UPI) -- Even though Kanye West and Kim Kardashian held their wedding outside of the U.S. in Florence over the weekend, that hasn't stopped the folks at home from cracking jokes at their expense.

New York Sports Club has put out a newspaper ad advising West to stay in shape in order to avoid the same fate that befell Kardashian's previous husband, NBA player Kris Humphries.

In addition to that snarky ad being released, the New York Post published a 55-word wedding announcement for the couple that begins by calling them "jackasses" and ends with the line, "The republic still stands."

Before West and Kardashian walked down the aisle, the Post published a similarly sarcastic wedding toast to Kimye.

"You guys have everything a couple needs to keep a marriage strong. You have love and class and talent and, above all, high name recognition among the coveted 18-24 demographic," the toast reads. "So let's all raise a glass of champagne — and Kanye, Biebs wanted you to have this sizzurp — to Mr. and Mrs. West. May the TV writers never pen you out of each other's lives!"

Twitter users are also getting a little sick and tired of the wedding dominating social media.

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