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Kim Kardashian’s derriere did actually ‘Break the Internet’

It's one of the many pictures of Kim that had everyone talking, but it certainly has not been forgotten

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It may have been one of the many pictures of Kim Kardashian that had everyone talking, but it certainly has not been forgotten.

The 2014 digital version of Kim’s shoot and interview with Paper Magazine headlined “Break the Internet” did actually break the Internet, according to media reports.

The site won 40 million unique visitors, according to Elle magazine.

“Just to put that into a context we can all (sort of) understand, that’s 1% of all web traffic in the U.S. Yep, massive,” Elle reported.

“And The Kim Effect continues to make its presence felt for Paper's site which has seen between five and 10 times as much daily traffic on average since running the story,” the report added.