Buzzfeed Helps You Replace Politics with Cats

It’s that time of year: presidential election time. That means tons and tons of political crap all over the Web and in your news feed. You know, people who care about politics, people who pretend to care about politics, people who love to complain about politics posting all kinds of crap about politics. It gets old pretty fast.

Buzzfeed has a solution for you to “unpolotic” yourself: It’s a Chrome extension that blocks all political posts and replaces them with pictures of cats. Download it here if you’d rather look at cats.

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