Miley Cyrus may rule the Internet world right now, but that doesn’t mean she has to rule your browser.
Developer Chris Horris has come to the rescue for all those who wish to erase all mentions of the “twerking” star’s existence when surfing the Web. A free Google Chrome extension called “No Cyrus” has been designed to replace mentions of Miley with hash marks in your Chrome Internet browser.
The Chrome Store description says the extension also gets rid of Cyrus' "other ridiculous words,” such as “twerk,” “twerking,” and “wrecking ball.”
Reviews and feedback have been positive so far, with many users eager for expansion.
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One commentator wrote, “Now let’s add that Bieber dude to it, also… I would gladly pay a couple of dollars for an expanded edition!”
Due to popular demand, the developers of the plugin have also blocked references to Kim Kardashian.
This isn’t the first plugin of its kind. Other apps exist NIckelback, Justin Bieber and Chris Brown, according to Daily Dot.
Reviewers aren’t shy to voice out their requests. One reviewer has already suggested to have blocked “Anything Gaga,” “Anything Obama,” “Anything Honey Boo Boo” and “Anything Viagra.”
Popular VideoThis young teenage singer was shocked when Keith Urban invited her on stage at his concert. A few moments later, he made her wildest dreams come true:
Sources: BetaBeat.com, Daily Dot