If someone asked us who the most goody-two-shoes members of the KarJenner family are, we would probably say Kendall Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian. Kendall keeps to herself and focuses on her modelling career, while Kourt is a mother of three just trying to stay healthy and keep her kids safe. However, the duo revealed that they might not be so innocent after all while answering Ellen DeGeneres' "Burning Questions" on Nov. 2!
"A secret you kept from your parents in high school?" read Kendall, pausing to think. "My boyfriend? I used to like sneak out and say I was going to my girlfriend's house but I went to my boyfriend's house and [stayed] there every night." Every night?! Okay, we're totally desperate to know who this boyfriend was! Kendall has actually never confirmed a relationship before, so we're super curious.
Kourtney's big reveal might be even crazier. "Before I was able to drive I would steal the car and drive around town. Not around town, but around the block," she giggled. "I stole the car too!" said Kendall. Wow, these girls are bonafide criminals and we're loving it. Is anyone else picturing 15-year-old Kourtney cruising Calabasas in her mom's Benz?
Not everything the girls said was so devious, though. They also talked about which sibling they would love to go on a road trip with — both of the only possibly-non-pregnant KarJenners said Khloe Kardashian, though Kourt also added Kim Kardashian and Kendall to the list — and who they wouldn't want to ride with — both agreed Kylie Jenner was "too diva" for them!
They also gave subtle nods to their boyfriends when asked what the sexiest thing a guy can wear is. Kendall said tattoos — which, ahem, her man Blake Griffin is covered in — and Kourt said Calvin Klein briefs, which is convenient because her boyfriend Younes Bendjima is a male model. We love seeing this fun side of the sisters!
This post originally appeared on our sister site, In Touch Weekly.
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