Once it’s installed in Chrome, the extension will replace both Bush and Rubio’s names with “Florida Man.” In an even funnier twist, it will also change any mention of “Florida Man” to either “Jeb Bush” or “Marco Rubio.”
(Warning: Don’t download it just yet, otherwise reading the rest of this article will prove incredibly confusing.)
The title “Florida Man” usually appears in negative, and often incredulous headlines, as the popular Twitter account @_FloridaMan makes clear:
The extension makes this twitter account much more interesting (unfortunately, the extension does not work with embedded tweets).
Check out these headlines that once read “Florida Man” but now levy some pretty serious accusations against two Presidential candidates.
Folks will also enjoy headlines that once read “Jeb Bush” or “Marco Rubio” but now read “Florida Man.”
Both the Bush and Rubio campaign have acknowledged and applauded the extension via Twitter. Apparently Florida Man and Florida Man were amused.
You gotta hand it to those folks at @ijreview. This is pretty good.
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