How to remove all mention of Miley Cyrus from your internet browser

Published September 17, 2013

| news.com.au

Sick of seeing, hearing and reading about Miley Cyrus?

Well then, clicking on this article was an interesting decision. But fear not, we have the solution!

A free Google Chrome extension, rather cryptically called "No Cyrus," has been designed to replace every last mention of Miley with hash marks in your Chrome Internet browser, Betabeat reports.

The extension also gets rid of Miley-tainted words like "twerk" and "wrecking ball." The latter, of course, refers to the singer's latest music video.

You don't need to understand how the plugin works. Just know it works.

The developers have enjoyed some broadly positive feedback so far, and by popular demand have also blocked references to Kim Kardashian.

Give them a medal already.

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