Kim Kardashian made a surprising appearance on public radio Saturday.
The 34-year-old reality star was the guest on NPR’s quiz news show “Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me!” During the segment “Not My Job,” which regularly features celebrities and quizzes them on things they would seemingly know nothing about, Mike Pesca peppered Kim with three questions about the North Korean dictator.
PESCA: All right. Back in February, Kim Jong-un released a pamphlet with 300 new slogans for North Korea, including which of these – A) North Korea, the only country in the world B) Let us turn ours into a country of mushrooms, C) Nothing – it’s what’s for dinner.
PESCA: What do you think, Kim?
PESCA: Actually, they went with B – let us turn ours into a country of mushrooms.
KARDASHIAN: I don’t even know what that means.
PESCA: Kim Jong-il, who’s Kim Jong-un’s father, predecessor and mentor in crazy had many official nicknames. They included generalissimo, supreme commander and which of these – A) The Unbreakable Kimmy Jong-il, B) Jimmy Kim Jong Immel C) The Eternal Bosom Of Hot Love?
PESCA: Well, remember how confused you were with the mushrooms? Just let that be your guide.
PESCA: Yes, it was C.
PESCA: The Eternal Bosom of Hot Love. So last year, Kim Jong-un instituted a new law starting in March 2014, all male students had to do what? A) Pick Kim Jong-un first in dodgeball B) They had to change their name to either Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall or Kylie Jung-un, or C) They had to get exactly the same haircut as Kim Jung-un.
KARDASHIAN: Why do I think it’s C?
PESCA: It is C.
PESCA: The rule applies only to males who are students. Other males are allowed to choose from 10 state-sanctioned haircuts, which I know would be hell for you. Bill, how did Kim Kardashian do on our quiz?