“University of Arizona single handedly stopped me from turning into a wild party girl,” Kim Kardashian said
Kim Kardashian’s school experience was a little unique contrasted with a few.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians alum, 40, uncovered on Wednesday that meeting her more established sister Kourtney Kardashian at the University of Arizona had put her off of drinking and celebrating at a youthful age.
Offering a legacy photograph of herself to the Poosh originator, presently 42, Kim wrote in the inscription, “College Years Baby!!!”
“University of Arizona single handedly stopped me from turning into a wild party girl,” she continued. “I remember visiting Kourt on campus and being her designated driver. I hated all of the wild parties so much that I stayed home and never wanted to drink or party EVER…so thank you U of A. I was never a student there but u shaped my life more than you know 😂.”
Kourtney recently went to Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, prior to moving to the University of Arizona, where she graduated with a significant in theater expressions and a minor in Spanish.
Then again, Kim momentarily went to Pierce College in Los Angeles however never graduated.
While Kim has never been a very remarkable consumer, she has some wild anecdotes about her more youthful days. During a 2018 scene of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the SKIMS originator conceded that she was on bliss when she wedded maker Damon Thomas, just as when she shot her 2003 sex tape with Ray J.
“I got married on ecstasy. The first time,” Kim said of her 2000 nuptials. “I did it again, I made a sex tape. Like, everything bad would happen.”
“I definitely went through a wild phase, I would say in my late teens,” she said elsewhere on the episode. “I’m not like that anymore. But I still have fun — don’t get it twisted, I’m always the life of the party.”
Soon after the scene broadcasted, a source revealed to PEOPLE that Kim “definitely does not do drugs and hasn’t for years — and even then she barely dabbled.”
“Now she drinks here and there, but mostly abstains,” the source said. “She may have a glass of champagne on a holiday or for someone’s birthday, but it’s rare.”
Another source told PEOPLE at the time that the investor “pretty much doesn’t drink at all. She’s not a partier and it’s just not part of her life. Occasionally she’ll have a drink, but she really doesn’t like the taste of alcohol.”