Kourtney Kardashian Said She Lathers Herself In Honey to Attract Men, Which Is Smart!

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Kourtney Kardashian — who is officially the Miranda of the Kardashian sisters, FWIW — recently doled out some interesting love advice in an interview with the Daily Mail.

"Put honey all over your body and clean yourself with it," she said. "It's like an old witchcraft thing that attracts a man."

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Lol. OK. 

So. This quote basically means one of three things: 1. Kourtney Kardashian is now unabashedly trolling reporters in interviews, 2. Kourtney Kardashian actually meant to say "flies" but accidentally said "men" instead, or 3. Kourtney Kardashian literally lathers herself in honey as way to attract men.

Wouldn't it be amazing if it were No. 3?

Well: it just might be!

Kourtney is a spokeswoman for Manuka Doctor, which sells 100% honey and honey-infused beauty products. "I use [Manuka honey] every day to enhance my natural beauty," she says on their website. While promoting the products in an interview with Racked earlier this year, she issued a very similar quote about honey's magical power as a man magnet.

"It's santeria, like witchcraft, to put honey all over your body," she said. "You're supposed to attract a man or something."

You know what? BRB, trying this right now. 

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Nicolas DiDomizio

Nicolas DiDomizio is a Staff Connections Writer at Mic. Prior to Mic, he was at MTV for 3 years. He holds a masters from NYU and a bachelors from Western Connecticut State University. Contact him at nic@mic.com.

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