Pop Culture Website E-Crap.com's Seinfeld Satire Blog 'KramerInventedTwerking' Claims to Have the Key to the Elusive Banksy's True Identity
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Humorous blog entry also posits that Seinfeld's Kramer is responsible for the current twerking craze
NEW YORK, Oct. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Seinfeld-related satire blog, KramerInventedTwerking, published via pop-culture website E-Crap.com, has released its latest blog entries. Among the revelations:
It has been discovered that the mysterious British graffiti artist known as Banksy, now wanted by the NYPD, is in reality Kramer.
Kramer is currently leading the race for NYC Mayor, with a little "help" from LeBron James.
Kramer invented the twerking craze over a year ago.
The following is an excerpt from the blog's first entry, where Kramer explains how he came up with (invented) the concept of twerking:
"It was a year or so ago, I went to the movies alone to see the Katy Perry movie. What can I say, she's the one that got away. So I snuck in with a cafe latte in my pants, but it was too hot and the lid was loose. As I'm sidling to my seat, the coffee starts spilling and I start waddling and squatting down the row, and all everyone can see is my butt gyrating over the seats! All the kids in the theater start applauding, and doing my steps! One of them filmed it on his iPhone. The next day my friend Bob Sacamano calls me – I'm on YouTube with 12 million views in one day! Some flunkie yelled out on the video 'hey look at the jerk' but he had a speech impediment, you know, so it sounded like he said, 'look at the twerk,' and the name stuck. I'm the twerk-master general!"
KramerInventedTwerking is part of E-Crap.com, a pop culture website active since 1999, which has logged as many as one million hits in a calendar year. The website has featured guest (celebrity) columnists, and is sponsored by independent record label Indigo Planet Records.
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