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Hey girl, this Chrome plugin adds Ryan Gosling to any Web page
The Gosling-ing of the Internet continues.
In the past two years, Ryan Gosling has thoroughly infiltrated Tumblr, was the unwitting subject of a Paul Ryan Twitter parody account, and disrupted the flow of Vine by refusing to eat his cereal. When will the Internet tire of his sleepy blue eyes and dashing heroics?
Hey girl, not anytime soon. The Gosling-ing of the Internet continues.
Hey Girl is a new Chrome extension that turns any website into a Gosling hall of mirrors. The plug-in references the ubiquitous “Hey Girl” meme and changes the images on any website you visit to a select number of Gosling pics. So if the front page of, say, CNN is really getting you down, the Chrome extension will Gosling-ify images of sinkholes, serial killers, and child abductors. (Don’t worry, you can un-Gosling the site too.)
So go ahead and add a Gosling gallery to the Al Jazeera website. Champagne said she definitely does not see any downside to this ongoing Goslingification:
“The more opportunities I have to look at that dreamy face, the better!”
Photo by discutivo/Flickr
Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.