On an all new episode of Don’t Be Tardy, it’s that time of year again – Spring Break! For the Biermanns that means packing up the Louis Vuitton luggage and hopping in an RV and heading for Florida. I never thought I’d write Louis Vuitton and RV in the same sentence, there’s a first time for everything.
Finally, Kim Zolciak is not pregnant this year for the trip and she’s looking forward to refreshing her Botox and going commando because they’ve rented a home with a private beach in Destin FL.
As they are packing clothes for the twins, Kim can’t wait to get them sunburn (Vitamin D is incredibly healthy, speaks the woman with the tanning bed in her basement) and she happens to notice that the twins need Louis Vuitton luggage to match everyone else.
As they are rattling off the list of people accompanying the Biermann family on this vacation, Kroy states that the mode of transportation will be RV. What does RV stand for, you say? Don’t ask Kim, she has no idea.
Kim then decides to do a domestic luggage inventory in her closet and realizes that yes, spending thousands of dollars on luggage for 3-month old twins makes total sense. Complete and total sense – it’s tradition dammit.
I have to give props to Kim that she is incredibly self-aware. She freely admits that she likes LV and doesn’t give a rat’s a$$ what anyone else thinks, OK? She likes the way it zips and the way it smells, leave her alone! Kroy attempts to shoot this idea of new luggage down, but Kim knows Kroy and truly has him wrapped around her finger. No means yes! No No means yes, but comes with a steep price that she has to pay for in the bedroom.
A few days later, Special Operation Zero Dark Louis Vuitton occurs and busted! Kroy is home when all these lovely bags get delivered. However, Kim has been to this game before and knows that by having her stylist bring bags and bags of clothes, shoes and purses it will make the luggage actually not seem that bad. Kim is a genius.
Vacation Day is upon us and the RV is in the driveway ready to haul off what looks like 87 bags of luggage (what the?? Seriously, that’s a $hitload of luggage) for the week-long trip to the beach. Kim mentions that she already needs to a vacation from her vacation and all the packing she’s done (despite the fact that Kroy calls Kim out 2 minutes later that he packed all the suitcases). Again, I love Kroy.