Poor, poor Kourt.
Now, reports are coming out that Disick knows what he's doing, and how to make it better. What remains though, is whether he can actually do that.
The source says of Disick:
No, this isn't going to be Walrusnado or anything like that.
Though that does give us an idea… LOLz!
Kevin Smith is making a movie called Tusk, based off an online ad from a UK homeowner looking for a roommate.
They're offering free rent to anyone who will dress up like a walrus for two hours a day.
The new Harlem Shake is soooo popular that even animals are doing it!!!
SeaWorld in San Antonio is already as fun as it is, but when you see a walrus, two sea lions and trainers dancing it up, then things just get that much more inneresting.
We always knew our sea friends could do tricks, but never did we think that they could cut a rug!!
Don't believe us?!? Ch-ch-check out the clip (above)!!
But it might have gone a littttttle differently if R-Patz had been behind the camera.
He was on BBC Radio 1 and he talked about how things would have changed if he were directing the scene, saying:
OMG! This is absolutely ahmayzing!
This walrus is so smart and sooooo CUTE!
It was workout time, so he and his trainer started exercising together.
And we mean real exercise! Like some light stretching and calisthenics, all the way to push ups!
You gottttta watch it til the end too!
Just wait til he starts doing sit ups!
Check out the video (above) to see one of the most bestest things you'll see all day!
Gurl, look at that bawdy! He works out!
A walrus is staying loose and limber as a trainer goes through his daily regiment with him.
He does sit-ups, push-ups, leg raises…the works!!!!
This babe is trying to get his swole on! LOLz!
Check out this walrus feeling the burn (above)! He's sexy and he knows it!
Do U remember Pakak and Mitik, the two rescued calves from the Alaska Sea Life Center?
As a refresher, the two Pacific walruses were rescued after they were separated from their herd.
Pakak recovered well but it took Mitik bit longer as he was severely underweight.
Now, Mitik is on the mend and he LUHVs his new home at the New York Aquarium.
Two Pacific walrus calves are feeling great after their periless journey.
Pakak and Mitik were both rescued near Barrow, Alaska and have been steadily improving in condition.
The bigger of the two babes, Pakak, weighs 300 pounds and is a bit more lively than Mitik, who is at a low 175 pounds.
Walruses are very social animals so the two rescues are being housed together at the Alaska Sea Life Center to play and communicate with each other.
And these two LOVE to play!
Check out the aDORable walrus calves (above) and learn more about their journey!