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Block Star Wars spoilers with this Google Chrome extension


There's been an awakening. Have you felt it?

You've probably had it splashed all over your internet browsing, by sites not unlike ours (we're excited, alright?) - but as Disney looks intent on showing off just about every other minute of Star Wars: The Force Awakens in its ceaseless marketing coverage, you might have reached a point where you no longer want to see any Star Wars news at all.

In which case, you need to download the Star Wars Spoiler Blocker for Google Chrome. 

Once applied to your browser, the extension will flag up pages that could contain The Force Awakens content or spoilers by blocking your screen with the following...


You then have the option to look away before it's too late, or give in to the anger - sorry, curiosity and bypass the block.

Head here to download the extension and keep your browsing free from any major spoilers.

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