Kim Kardashian: Kourtney Is Not Engaged

01/11/2010 at 01:30 PM EST

Kim Kardashian: Kourtney Is Not Engaged
Kim (left) and Kourtney Kardashian
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Kim Kardashian shot down engagement rumors about her older sister Kourtney and baby-daddy Scott Disick Monday.

"They are not engaged to be married," Kim, 29, said during Dallas-based radio show Kidd Kraddick in the Morning. "I don't think Kourtney really is thinking about that right now. She's not really focused on getting married. I don't think she wants that responsibility right now. She's just having a good time loving being a mom. And I think she's just going to stick with that for right now.

For her own part, Kim says she's being patient about getting a ring on her finger from Reggie Bush.

"I would actually like him to have [one]," she says of the New Orleans Saints star. "I would like for them to get to the Super Bowl and win it. Get him a ring first, before ..."

"He gets a ring, and then you get a ring," suggests Kraddick's co-host, Big Al.

"That's the deal," Kardashian says. "That's the deal."

Rest assured, Kardashian isn't going to sprint away from Bush anytime soon – because, well, he's just too hot not to handle.

"I was telling him that last night," says Kim. "I go, 'If we ever broke up ... the next guy is going to have a really hard time, because your body is so amazing!' I would always compare and I would always, just, you know, make the other person, in my mind, feel so bad!"

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