There's An Alleged Wedding Registry For Travis Scott And Kylie Jenner Making The Rounds That Shows That Rich People Really Are Something Else

    Featuring a $130,000 silver fish centerpiece.

    Fans think they may have discovered Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott's wedding registry, worth over $3 million.

    Kylie and Travis posing on the red carpet

    Now, it hasn't exactly been a great time publicly for Kylie and Travis. Just this week, the couple faced backlash after Kylie posted an Instagram picture flaunting their private jets — with Kylie herself then being exposed for taking three-minute flights. Then there's the ongoing fact that Travis is being sued for over a billion dollars by the victims of Astroworld.

    While there haven't been any public confirmations that the two are planning on getting married, they welcomed their second child back in February and have been on-and-off since 2017.

    That being said, what got me down this internet rabbit hole was a series of media from a night out with Kylie, her friends, and sisters. Obviously, she is the only one wearing white.

    Perhaps a bride with her bridesmaids? Or just a woman who likes to defy the color scheme?

    This took me to Reddit user u/toiletscum's post about a wedding registry theoretically belonging to Travis and Kylie for a wedding on Dec. 10. The key reason it might be the couple's is the name of the registry: "Mother Goose and Cactus Jack's Wedding Registry."

    Why would this mean Travis and Kylie? First, Cactus Jack is the name of Travis's record label and brand. Then there's the fact that Kylie sometimes refers to herself as "Mommy Goose" on some social media posts — and it's apparently Stormi's nickname for her.

    The couple holding Stormi

    So, what is on this VERY MUCH UNVERIFIED wedding registry? Oh, just the essentials — like a $1.1k bucket.

    Listing for a mahogany octagonal bucket with a price of $1,150

    Two $9k American flag armchairs!

    A listing for an armchair with an American flag design on the back cushion, with a price of $8,950

    A 10-grand clock!

    Listing for a lunar nickel clock priced at $10,350

    Six-figure fake fish!

    Listing for a Buccellati sterling silver centerpiece with a fish design, priced at $130,000

    Lots of paperweights!

    Listings for four different paperweights, ranging in price from $135 to $3,200

    Crystal I am too poor to understand!

    Listings for four different crystal sculptures, ranging in price from $27,000 to $390,000

    Having spent some time genuinely feeling anxiety while scrolling through this list, I believe I have found the cheapest items — a $45 soap dish and tumbler.

    Listing for a soap dish made from onyx, priced at $45

    As for the most expensive? A chandelier coming in at a cool half a million.

    Listing for a Baccarat chandelier priced at $500,000

    There are also a couple of items that might be references to the couple. For example, Kylie and Travis have matching butterfly tattoos. Lo and behold, there are five butterfly items on the list — like this two-inch butterfly sculpture, coming in at $300.

    Listing for a small butterfly made from amber, listed at $300

    There are also four cactus (Jack?) items — such as one for the wedding guest with an extra $36,750 to spend.

    Listings for two cactus items, one a vase listed at $5,970 and the other a crystal statue listed at $36,750

    This one is a bit more of a stretch, but there are a few items of men's apparel with skulls on them. Skulls have popped up on clothes in Travis's music videos and merch, so IMHO it's not a terrible stretch that the man would also want a $6k skull cane.

    Listing for a walking stick topped with a skull with rubies for eyes, priced at $6,050

    Of course, there are three possible explanations here: A) this is Kylie and Travis's real wedding registry, B) this is another couple's registry, or C) it's fake and made to bait people into thinking it's Kylie and Travis's. Trust your heart as to which one you believe.

    I think I need to go lie down.