It's damn near impossible to spend time on the internet without coming across Star Wars: The Last Jedi spoilers. Since the movie won't officially be released until December 15th, with some theaters screening it a tad earlier, you've probably been doing your best to avoid any type of spoiler.
Well, thanks to Google, you no longer need avoid the internet altogether. You just need to download a new Chrome extension that warns you if you're about to visit pages that might have Star Wars spoilers.
The warnings show up as slogans referencing past Star Wars movies, like "That's no moon, it's a spoiler," "The ability to destroy a planet is insignificant next to the power of spoilers," and "Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for spoilers, kid."
It was originally developed to detect spoilers for The Force Awakens, but it' started working for The Last Jedi on December 13th.
The extension seems to be super sensitive, offering false warnings about sites that don't actually give anything away. But would you rather have a few false warnings or major plot points spoiled?
You can download the Chrome extension on the Chrome Web Store. May the force be with you.