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Disick tired of reliving fights with Kourtney

Published 22/04/2013

Scott Disick
Scott Disick

Scott Disick is exhausted watching re-runs of Keeping Up with the Kardashians because his partner, Kourtney Kardashian, likes to relive their arguments after she sees them air.

The couple have been together since 2006 and share two children, nine-month-old daughter Penelope and three-year-old son Mason.

Their blow-ups are often played out for millions of television viewers to see.

The worst part of broadcasting the drama according to the entrepreneur is the strain it causes on their relationship.

Scott sat down for a candid interview as part of a US television special on the Kardashian clan airing on Sunday night.

"That, I will say, is one of the real downsides of the whole television thing," Scott told Ryan Seacrest.

"Just when I think we've worked through something, and we're finally moving forward, a rerun will be on, and I'll be upstairs, and she'll call me. Like, 'Hey, so I kinda forgot to say I hated you for this one other thing,'” he explained. “And I'm like, 'What? I have to relive this again?'"

Despite the turmoil Scott said he and Kourtney are “decently happy”.

The couple have no plans to make their union official, however.

In previously released quotes from the E! special, Scott admitted he won’t be proposing anytime soon.

"I think if it's not broke, don't fix it. You know what I mean?" he said.

"I feel like I used to want to get married more than she did. And then, being that she was always so not interested, I've decided not to be."

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