People Are Legitimately Pissed That Kylie Jenner's Lip Kit Sold Out AGAIN

"Trying harder to get a Kylie lip kit than I did to apply to college."

Kylie Jenner restocked her lip kit online this morning, but unless your fingers were working as hard as Meek Mill's on social media, you missed it all. Again.

Kylie's lip kit first dropped online a couple of weeks ago, offering a slim selection of just three shades of brown. Despite the fact that you can literally find all three of these colors at your nearest Sephora, the kit was so popular that it sold out within 30 seconds. People were immediately pissed because the majority of them didn't have enough time to get their hands on one (nevermind all) of the kits, so Kylie promised a restock. Well, buzz buzz, y'all! You're late to the party because the restock has ALREADY sold out!

People are pissed that they crashed and burned a second time while attempting to give Kylie their coins, but I mean, how many kits were involved in the restock anyway? Five? Is there going to be a third coming of the Kylie Lip Kit? Will anyone even care at that point?

Something tells me that yes, there will be another restock and someone (even if it is just Kris Jenner) will care about it. Until that happens, here's what it feels like to not have Kylie's Lip Kit when the rest of the world, a.k.a. probably 200 people total, does. Happy shopping, y'all.

There are fewer things you'd try harder for.

Having Kylie's lip kit > going to college.

It's literally as important to you as your health, and therefore life.

Or at least it feels that way.

You might just find Jesus. Or Saint West.

Dear Saint, have mercy on these people ASAP.

You refuse to accept that this is real life. FYI, it is.

It's really a thing that's happening / happened.

You might feel like getting a little violent.

It's not that deep, people. Trust me.

You have to face the fact that you can't always get what you want.

It's okay. No one else got it, either.

And if you were one of the lucky ones, you consider it a true feat.

That's right. Put that ish on your resume like it's volunteer work.