Khloe's Harsh Anniversary Gift For Lamar

All right, kiddos. It's your four year anniversary and your marriage has been on the (potentially crack-related) rocks: what do you get your spouse? If you're Khloe, your gift to your husband is the return of his name: Khloe Kardashian dropped the Odom from her Twitter account. (A few days ago, she dropped it from her Instagram account.) If you're Lamar Odom, your gift to your wife is a lavish, $100,000 present that will blow her away. I don't know about you guys, but this is shit isn't adding up.

Yesterday, we talked about that bizarre tweet Odom sent out that defamed his father, and defended his "true family," the Kardashians — it just didn't feel right that he'd be spreading the love to his wife's family who have been noticeably absent during this so-called "dark time." When a family that comments on everything doesn't comment, you have to wonder.

Then, it was reported that Odom didn't, in fact, send the tweet. A source told TMZ that there's no way he could've sent a missive out on social media because, hello, crack dens don't have Internet. The jury's still out on who, exactly, sent and published the tweet, but come on, it had to be Kris Jenner, right?

But that's neither here nor there, at this point. The issue at hand is Khloe and Lamar's anniversary. It's been four years since we saw them "fall in love" on TV, then days later, get married in a rich person's backyard. It was Kris Jenner and Ryan Seacrest's dream come true, and Khloe and Lamar seemed happy enough.

Now, 48 months later, Odom's allegedly spending $800 on crack a day and sleeping around with a bunch of women. And Khloe? Well... she'll just make some passive-aggressive moves on social media until Jenner and Seacrest decide her fairytale is over.

BUT WHO KNOWS. All of this is so nuts that I'm actually starting to wonder if this Odom drama isn't just some guerrilla marketing campaign orchestrated by Vince Gilligan. If Odom showed up on the Breaking Bad finale, I wouldn't even be surprised. In fact, I feel like that's the only way this will all, finally, make sense.