16 Of The Best Photoshops Of Kim Kardashian's Internet-Breaking Ass

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Last night Paper Magazine released the cover of its upcoming winter issue, which features a NSFW photograph of Kim Kardashian's ass that the magazine correctly predicted would "break the Internet."

I firmly believe that anyone who's able to balance a glass of champagne on her butt has to have implants, tumors or a trial version of Photoshop. Even if it's not all natural, it's definitely going to be iconic.

When I saw the picture, I knew it was only a matter of time before people started to upload their own interpretations.

The people of Twitter, Tumblr and r/photoshopbattles have all contributed to the cause, and the results do not disappoint.

We might as well cover all the current events.

I'm bored, so here's a pic of the Rosetta probe landing on Kim Kardashian's arse #CometLanding #BreakTheInternet pic.twitter.com/QFnJHfNrfw — (Alex) Wilson (@adjwilson) November 12, 2014

Who needs function when you have looks?

I want a Kim Kardashian novelty bike rack for Xmas. pic.twitter.com/gXrhCP4SqN — General Boles (@GeneralBoles) November 12, 2014

I'm sure this isn't the first time she's been compared to a horse's ass.

Kim Kardashian looks so much like a centaur in Paper Magazine, I figured I'd take it one step further. pic.twitter.com/Sh70yV43gE — Kelkulus (@kelkulus) November 12, 2014

We'd vote for Kim and Kanye 2024.

Mount Rushmore indeed #BreakTheInternet pic.twitter.com/uJ7NOGHVuc — General Boles (@GeneralBoles) November 12, 2014

Before Photoshop

Waaaaaay before Photoshop

here is the original NON-PHOTOSHOPPED pic of Kim K's butt #ALLDAY pic.twitter.com/g1PEXxB0uO — joe м (@dr_pizza_MD) November 12, 2014

It's buttception.

Not sure why you'd want more clothes, but here you go.

Of course there's an obligatory Nic Cage interpretation. There always is.

She really has great buns.

It wasn't actually a dress.

The resemblance is uncanny.

Why? Why not?

It's as creepy as it is amusing.

A wild Frodo appears!

The resemblance is uncanny