These Twitter Reactions To The Kylie Lip Kit Restock Are Everything — PHOTOS

Tuesday brought a day everyone has been waiting for — all the Kylie Lip Kits were finally restocked, and fans reacted quickly. As usual, the kits sold out super quickly, and people turned to Twitter to brag about finally getting a kit or lament the fact that they didn't get one this time around. Here's the best Twitter reactions to the Kylie Lip Kit restock.

You can always count on Jenner's fans to be super passionate about her Lip Kits and anything to do with them, and Twitter is a great resource for some of the strongest reactions. From her recent restock sellout to the Kourt K Lip Kit reactions to her latest burgundy color to the general hilarity that ensues when her fans see that she restocked the kits, I always tune into my Twitter feed when a Lip Kit hits the market. There's nothing like a passionate Jenner fan to make me laugh (and make me realize why the starlet is so popular), and Tuesday's Lip Kit restock was no different than normal. In case you missed it, Jenner restocked all eight matte Lip Kits, and they of course sold out within the day. Here's what fans had to say:

One of the most popular tweets about the restock, this one totally made me laugh. The Hunger Games is clearly a popular comparison to the competition to get a Lip Kit.

May the odds be ever in your favor, am I right?

This person was totally unlucky. I understand her pain — Koko K is my favorite and always sells out.

Gotta love the use of a good GIF in a reaction tweet.

Although I can't completely advocate this method, it did make me laugh.

I have to feel for this person who spilled a glass of red in their haste to get a Lip Kit.

And this mom and daughter duo who clearly have their priorities straight.

Gotta love a Lip Kit for causing you to step outside of your comfort zone.

And this person who went retro with Spongebob Squarepants while buying it.

I only wish I had enough Kylie Lip Kits to wear them every day for six weeks.

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