Fake Vacay Photo? Kim Kardashian Mocked for Using Google Image of Thailand

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Kim Kardashian just can't catch a break. When people aren't making fun of her shameless selfie-taking, they're picking on the photos she posted.

After the family vacay in Thailand last week, Kim posted a scenic shot of the coast with the caption "Thank you for the beautiful memories Thailand." Well, it didn't take long for people to realize she had ripped the image straight from Google.

It seems kind of weird that she would do that, considering they were just there and she posted like 10,000 pictures from the trip, so why the need to snag a stock image? After people were totally freaking out about it for a couple of days, Kim finally explained the photo fail.

In a blog post on Tuesday morning, the reality star wrote:

I instagramed a pic of Thailand I found on Google thanking Thailand for the memories we had on our recent trip. I never claimed to have taken that pic. It was the best pic to show how pretty Thailand was. I was already home and couldn't take a new pic... just didn't have scenic pics on my phone! I see today people are calling me a fraud... but ummm when did I ever say i took that pic? LOL

Translation: 'I was so busy taking selfies in Thailand that I forgot to take pics of the scenery.' We don't wanna put words in her mouth, but just take a look at her Instagram page and the whole thing will make sense. Kim in a pool in Thailand, Kim on a boat in Thailand, different angle of Kim on a boat in Thailand, Kim in front of an elephant in Thailand (that one didn't end well), Kim on a beach chair in Thailand...you get the idea.

There may be some scenery in the background of these photos, but let's be honest...nobody is looking at the beach.

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