Fans Are Roasting 'Sad' Pasta Portions Served At Kourtney Kardashian's Italian Wedding

Taylor Sakellis
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By now, you surely know that reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian married her beau Travis Barker for the third time this past weekend. For the third time, you say? Yes.

The pair got unofficially married in Las Vegas last month, then they officially tied the knot in a California courthouse ceremony the weekend before last and now, the Kardashians stars are coming down from the final high of the Kravis nuptials in Italy this past weekend.

The wedding fashions were seemingly gifted by controversial fashion house Dolce & Gabbana, whose history of racism and homophobia is hard to ignore.

Now if you've lasted this long, it means you haven't rolled your eyeballs so far back they've popped out of your head yet.

I'm all for an elaborate wedding display, however, getting married in a wedding sponsored by one of the most controversial fashion houses of all time — Dolce & Gabbana — is not the way to win me over.

If you're not fully up to date with all the drama involving the Italian luxury brand, I'm here to fill you in.

The designers behind Dolce & Gabbana, Domenico Dolce, and Stefano Gabbana have a pretty recent history of blatant racism and homophobia, on top of being just plain rude to celebs like Selena Gomez.

So when I saw that all of the Kardashian/ Jenner family's duds were provided by D&G, I couldn't help but be immediately tired of this third wedding.

As for Kourtney's bridal outfits, they have been deemed controversial, to say the least.

While I didn't expect the eldest Kardashian sister to wear a traditional white gown, I can't say I expected this, either.

Do you know what else I didn't expect? An Italian wedding serving such DISMAL portions of pasta.

Kourtney's youngest sister Kylie accidentally went viral after showing off the miniature pasta portions at Kourtney and Travis' reception.

Not to be dramatic but I would literally cry if this was handed to me.

You are in ITALY, friends! This is the land of carbs. Delicious, succulent, unctuous carbs! If you're not eating plates of pasta at every meal you're doing it wrong!

While I understand that aesthetically the tiny portion of pasta on the extravagantly designed plate looks nice, I simply can't justify that sacrifice.

I understand that this was probably one of many courses served during the wedding reception, but that doesn't mean it's okay.

"Sure Kourtney and Travis’s wedding looks magical," tweeted one fan, "but imagine waiting all day for pasta and they serve you up this absolute [explective], I would leap into the sea."

And with that, I'm off to make a big bowl of spaghetti!