Within hours of singer's TV outburst, every famous image in history is photoshopped. Congress powerless to halt overdone premise.
At first, it was just a trickle. Shortly after singer Kanye West interrupted Taylor Swift's thank-you speech at the Video Music Awards, a handful of Internet jokesters had posted video and photo parodies.
By late Tuesday, however, e-mail inboxes, blogs and Facebook feeds were inundated with half-baked Kanye spoofs.
"OK, we get it already," said one exasperated Facebook user. "Kanye is the Forrest Gump or Zelig of interrupters. Haha. Now please stop."
Instead, despite pleas from Congress, the United Nations and Oprah, the trend is expanding exponentially.
Desperate for original material, web users are now adding Kanye interruptions to family photos, the Hindenburg disaster, even the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Not everyone seems to mind. In South Carolina, Rep. Joe "You Lie" Wilson welcomed the Kanye craze, saying it "got me off the hook, that's for sure."
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