Travis Barker posts photo of himself kissing Kourtney’s foot

Whether you like it or not, Travis Barker and Kortney Kardashian have made it clear that they are madly in love. Over the course of the year, the newly engaged couple rose to fame for their blatant displays of affection in public. Whether it was kissing another person’s wedding, getting a tattoo, and gifting personalized vagina scented candles, it got to the point where even Kris Jenner had to admit it was a few too much. But despite everyone’s desire to tone them down, Barker and Kardashian have shown no signs of ending their aggressive displays of heterosexuality anytime soon.

In the Blink-182 drummer’s latest Instagram post, Barker shared a photo of himself having a fat face full (presumably) off Kardashian’s foot. Both sporting matching sets of red cheetah-print pajamas, Barker captioned the photo as “All I want for Christmas 🎄,” after he deliberately or inadvertently exposed himself in the process as a man with feet.

“You’ve been very good,” Kardashian replied in the comments, which we can only take as tacit approval of this sort of behavior. The rest of the causal viewer comments all seem to be some sort of variation of “wtf” and “bruh” with one particularly horrified commentator writing “I’d rather have smut than feet but okay”.

In addition to putting “the toe” in the mistletoe, the couple spent the weekend braving the rain at Disneyland with Kardashian’s seven-year-old son Reign and Barker’s 18-year-old son Landon in trailer. Documenting the excursion on her Instagram, Kardashian shared photos of the family posing in front of a large Christmas tree, watching the fireworks display and snuggling in front of the It’s A Small World attraction, writing “happiest place. on earth, in the rain at Christmas time. “

Photo via Getty / Noam Galai

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