Imagine, just for a moment that Kyile Jenner wasn't a super-rich billionaire owner reality star owner of a cosmetics brand in Los Angeles... but was actually just a woman from Leeds, who won £20,000 on a scratch card and set up her own cosmetics brand in Yorkshire.
Well, thanks to comedian and impressionist Steff Todd we can now see what a Yorkshire Kylie Jenner would have been like and what her mega-successful company would have been like if it was in a warehouse on the outskirts of Leeds.
But first, we need to take you back to October 2019, when Jenner first unveiled her headquarters to the world in a now-infamous video of her showing everyone around her new workspace.
The video is what it is but we're honestly amazed that it has taken this long for someone to make a parody but we're glad that Todd created this. To briefly describe it, this Yorkshire version of Jenner is a disgruntled former employee of Superdrug who decided to rival the company after she won big on a scratch card. The funniest thing about this voice over is that it almost syncs up perfectly with what Jenner said in the original video. Take a look for yourself.
This actually isn't even the first time that Todd has parodied the Kardashians. Earlier this year, she made her own version of the outrageous fight between Kim Kardashian West and her older sister Kourtney at the start of season 18 of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. In this iteration, Kim and Kourtney are squabbling sisters who work in River Island and are arguing over Bacardi Breezers.
We can only hope and pray that this spawns a spin-off of Kardashians set in Barnsley where the sisters get into scraps after a night out at Oceana and sing songs about Marcelo Bielsa.
Incidentally, Keeping Up With The Kardashians returns to television screens on Thursday after being forced into a hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic, so you know where to go if you need to see how super-rich people got through lockdown.