Fans baffled as Kim Kardashian demonstrates how to put tissues in a box
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Kim Kardashian has baffled fans after she gave a demonstration on how to put tissues into a tissue holder. You'd have thought it would have been a given, but apparently this is a very different tissue holder:
The range launches today (6 October) but Kim gave fans a sneak peek of some of the pieces earlier this week.
In the video, she explains to followers how the £97 tissue box should be used, and how to unpack shop-bought tissues to fit into the holder.
"I'm gonna show you guys how to put the tissue in the tissue box just in case no one knows because the box doesn't fit inside," she said.
"So you take the lid off and then you open this and you take the tissue out and just put it in."
Showing fans how to remove a tissue, Kim added: "And then you grab it, and another piece is there."
Reassuring fans she would be using the tissue shared in the demo, Kim pointed out: "I'm not gonna waste these, I'm gonna keep them over here.
“But there you have it, and there is the beautiful tissue holder."
The video - shared on the @SKKN page - was captioned: "@KimKardashian shows us how it’s done." But fans couldn't help but find the demo amusing, with many asking whether it was really needed.
One person wrote: "Whoever needs instructions on how to do this needs to get off the internet and go back to school ffs."
While another said: "WOW thank goodness theres an instructional."
And a third added: "Perhaps you can do a cucumber cutting tutorial next?"
And a fourth wrote: "I’m really glad she showed us this?"
While a fifth commented: "Well done for showing us the basics of how to."
Some fans were shocked at the price of the tissue box, with many claiming to have bought similar styles for a cheaper price.
Other items in the collection include a £140 waste paper basket, a £75 round container, a £71 canister and a £71 vanity tray. You can view the full collection here.
"I wanted to create really simple pieces that could feature in my bathroom," said Kim. "Because I love my minimal vibe but I just felt like it needed to be a bit more homey.
"We're launching with five accessories and they're made out of poured concrete, so each one is slightly different."