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Cloud to Butt Plus Browser Extension: Save Files to the Butt

Cloud to Butt Plus

 

Would you like to save those files to the butt? You might want to upload backups of your photos to your butt, too, in case you’re running low on storage.

No, we’re not confusing the cloud with butt, because it’s Cloud to Butt Plus that’s doing all the mixing up for us. The Chrome browser extension swaps out all mention of “cloud” with “butt” because it’s funner and funnier that way. Plus, it injects a bit of humor into an otherwise boring and typical day at the office.

Butt atlas, butt storage, butt management, butty with a chance of meatballs… the list goes on and on. You can install Cloud to Butt Plus here.

VIA [ C|NET ]

‘Literally’ Plug-in Turns Everything ‘Literal’ Into Something ‘Figurative’

Literally Plug In

 

Some people overuse the word “literally” while others erroneously use it when they mean to say “figuratively.” Whether you’re bored or simply have something against the adjective, then Literally can help you out. It’s a browser plug-in that swaps out “literally” with “figuratively,” so it literally gives blogs, posts, and other written tomes a different meaning.

The tagline boasts of a “better browsing experience,” and while I’m so convinced on that claim, I am sure it’ll make some web pages more interesting. In case you’re wondering why the plug-in site features Parks and Recreation actor Rob Lowe, that’s because his character on the show uses the word “literally” a lot.

You can download it here.

VIA [ C|NET ]

Women Fashionably Dressed as Web Browsers

Women Browsers

 

These women are web browsers, personified. Inspired by the logos of various web browsers, photographer Viktorija Pashuta came up with this creative series of women dressed up in outfits that bear the same color palette on the logos. From Internet Explorer and Safari to Firefox and Google Chrome, each model is totally rocking their browser looks.

Internet Explorer is my least favorite browsers, although I love this browser’s fashion ensemble best. On the other hand, I don’t care much for Google Chrome’s look, although it’s the only browser I use these days. Now isn’t that ironic?

Hit the break to check out each of the images in the gallery up close.

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‘Hey Girl’ App Puts Ryan Gosling’s Mug On Every Website You Visit

Hey Girl

Tired of seeing pictures of your friend’s babies or pets on your Facebook feed? Annoyed at all the selfies and “candid” shots model wannabes are posting on Instagram? You can either unfriend them all or quit social media indefinitely–or you could drown yourself in some Ryan Gosling lovin’ by installing the Hey Girl extension on Chrome.

Hey Girl was created by Katherine Champagne under the direction of Kevin Solorio when the former was attending Dev Bootcamp Chicago. The name of the app was probably inspired by the numerous memes that are circulating all over the web, each of which features Gosling’s mug.

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