One new app could destroy the Kardashian empire
It's a Kardashian world, and we're just living in it — but now there's a simple solution to Kimye overload.
If you can't handle your internet being broken by Kim's nude photo shoots or the never-ending divorce of Khloé and Lamar, there is hope. KardBlock, a new version of AdBlock, promises to hide any and all mentions of the reality TV family from every website you visit.
"We don't care about how Kanye & Kim didn't care when Amy Schumer 'fell over,'" said app creator James Shamsi on the company's website.
"We don't care about who the Kardashians are or aren't sleeping with. We don't care that Kim dyed her hair blonde [sic]. We don't care about the Kardashians."
"We do however care about raising awareness of transexuality [sic], the one benefit of the Kardashians. We do care about raising attention and money for the thousands that died in Nepal. We do care about the tens of thousands being slaughtered by ISIS. We care that other people care more about, or know more about the Kardashians than these issues."
But Shamsi does not plan to stop with the Kardashians. He's got another trick up his sleeve that is going to send Beliebers into a tailspin.
"We are also working on customization to block content related to Justin Bieber," he said. "Why? So you can see more of the real issues."
If you're ready to rid your web of all things Kardashian, you can sign up for the beta version of KardBlock on the company's website.