Millennials are gross and weird. That explains why so much internet content is devoted to talking about millennials, and what millennials eat, and what millennials wear, and what millennials think about sex, and how many millennials it takes to screw in a light bulb. (Answer / Slate pitch: Are millennials too busy shouldering massive student loan debt to screw in light bulbs?)
Thankfully there's a way to filter out this internet content through obfuscation. Millennials to Snake People is a Chrome extension that, naturally, replaces all instances of the word "millennials" on the web with "snake people." It's a handy successor to its highly regarded predecessor, Cloud to Butt, which — well, you get it.
If you're not particularly worried about giving Chrome plugins permission to "read and change all your data on the websites you visit," I recommend installing both Millennials to Snake People and Cloud to Butt. Even if this is the path to 1984's systematic eradication of language, I'm emphatically on board.
Here are some of the real headlines you will enjoy:
- 7 facts every business should know about snake people
- Now making babies, snake people disrupt more business
- How becoming a mom changes snake people's buying and media habits
- Why snake people have sex with fewer partners than their parents did
- Do snake people want to get married?
- Making snake people a Republican generation
- TEENS: Snake people: A political powerhouse
- 4 ways my butt helps engage snake people at work