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Content Censor

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Description from extension meta

Changes web pages with unpleasant things to less unpleasant things in the most childish manner imaginable.

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Description from store This Chrome extension will replace all references of certain unpleasant words (which you specify) on websites you visit to other, more humorous (and definitely more childish) words! By default, Content Censor: - Replaces 'iPhone' with 'Abortion'. - Replaces 'republican' with 'pervert'. - Replaces 'tea party' with 'rape philosophy party'. - Replace 'GOP' with 'CUNT'. Definitely a must-have for any left-leaning Android platform aficionados with the intellectual maturity of a 10 year old. NEW in 2.0! Set up your own words to replace! Tired of reading about disease and famine? Sick of the deluge of death news out of Hollywood? Ignore it with something funner! Now in Content Censor 2.0! Confuse and frighten your friends! Make your daily tech blog funnier to read! OFFEND PEOPLE YOU CARE ABOUT WHO ARE IN THE SAME ROOM!

Latest reviews

  • (2022-03-22) Tokyo: Crashea el navegador 😡
  • (2018-04-14) Cool_cat_xx: Not an argument.
  • (2017-01-18) Antilazuli: B_B_B_B_B_B_BBEST !!!!
  • (2015-07-02) Jeremy Kingry: Tells it like it is.

Latest issues

  • (2017-08-14, v:2.0.2) alexbarnes6308: don't trust it
    its all reverse it takes good words and makes them bad words
  • (2016-05-16, v:2.0.2) AJ Johnston: More fields
    Hey guys, love your extension, it's working a treat so far! Just wish there were more fields so I could make my entire news feed more entertaining on Facebook. 6 just isn't enough! Something you might consider?
  • (2014-11-02, v:1.2) Rachel Giromini: OMG EBOLA
    I'd like a thing like this, but that eliminates particular content specified - like anything having to do with Ebola, for instance, or a celebrity death. When I don't want to constantly be bombarded by content subjects over and again, I want to be able to blissfully ignore them and still enjoy my internets. Can this add-on be adapted to do such a thing? I'd certainly LOOOOOVE that.


11 history
3.0 (6 votes)
Last update / version
2015-11-18 / 2.0.2
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