Don't be surprised if you're still watching Keeping Up With the Kardashians decades from now.
Yeah, we're talking years and years because…
It sounds like the world's most famous reality-series family is in it for the long haul.
"I hope they'll want to film me in my old-folks home, where my kids will probably put me because I'll be too evil," Khloé, 27, told me while promoting Sunday's premiere of KUWTK's seventh season (at 9 p.m. on E!). "They'll be changing my diapers on television."
Big sister Kim, 31, says she's not going anywhere either. "We've always said we'll stop when it stops being fun," she said. "We're having such a good time, so there's really no point stopping now."
They insist they're surprised the Kardashian reality empire is as big as it has become. "When we first signed on, we were just hoping people didn't think we were too crazy," Kim said. "But I think they are growing with us, whether they're rooting for us in a situation or they're loving seeing Kendall and Kylie grow up."
Khloé added, "Because there are so many of us, people can connect to at least one of us. We're not sitting there trying to pretend that we're perfect. Even if they see that we're having a difficult time, people can relate to that."
And as we know, even President Barack Obama knows who they are.
"The president's first joke at [the White House Correspondents' Dinner] was something about me," Kim said. "The president knows my name? That's the craziest thing in the world."
Hey, a presidential endorsement could come in handy if she decides to run for mayor.