Want to block Star Wars spoilers?
With Star Wars: The Force Awakens out this Thursday, there's going to be a lot of people running their mouths about it with spoilers. If they do it in person, you can sock them in the mouth. The internet is a slightly trickier situation.
However, if you use Google's Chrome browser, there is something you can do about it.
They've got a load of extensions that aim to block any mention of the film (so useful for people who aren't bothered about spoilers, but rather, stick of hearing about it), and blurs out words that might spoil the film for you.
If you search ‘Star Wars Spoilers’ in the extension store, you can find a load there.
If you think Twitter is going to be the main reason that you get spoilered, then download Tweetdeck or Tweetbox, where you can mute hashtags, phrases and the like.
Or, you can just walk around with your fingers in your ears and a blindfold on. That's probably the safest bet. Or, you'll just have to suck it up and stop being such a massive baby.