scott disick douche
Scott Disick is a narcissistic-elitist-wannabe-socialite-booze-bag-star-fucking-mooch who honestly believes that he and his Jägerbombs are better than you—even though he dresses like he's on a gay porn parody of Mad Men.
Popdust has curated some of this post-millennial American Psycho's best and most barf-worthy moments for your enjoyment. Or to help you along if you forgot to take your appetite suppressant.
"You just keep suckering me in to all these kids. I just can't handle all this responsibility."
On baby momma KourtneyKardashian's Weight:
“If I would have fallen in love with you a couple pounds overweight, this would be my ideal weight. But I fell in love with you when you were super skinny, so..."
“I feel like 93 [pounds] is the dream."
“Last time around you definitely tried to watch what you were eating, after you had Mason."
Kourtney: “Yeah, last time around I went overboard."
Scott: “But at least you were losing weight."
"I don't mind being portrayed as the villain on TV, but nobody knows the real me. I'm a great guy … I'm young, handsome, successful, wealthy. You could say I'm a role model. I'm the American dream!"
"When you think of the debonair, ridiculously good-looking guy, you think of me."
"My great-granddaddy was a pimp."
"I'm kind of a big deal."
On Fashion and Style:
"People who say real men don't wear pink obviously don't know any real men!"
"My hair is flowing in the wind like flocks of Capistrano [swallows]."
"I can't wait to unleash my fall trend to the world: the walking stick"
On Money and Career:
"Like I don't need to be walking around like I'm some peasant. I need to be walking around like I'm royalty.
"I like to work as little as possible to make the most money."
"[Kris Jenner has] definitely threatened to kill me, but who hasn't?"
"I should make bracelets that say … What Would Scott Disick do."
On Home Decorating:
"You think I wanna walk home to Smokey the Bear every night? So I took it and I threw it over the fence!"
On Fighting For His Right To Party:
On Suicidal Ideation:
On Elders Relations: