Swap your Facebook friends’ baby photos with cats—or bacon

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Like so many of you, my Facebook news feed is packed to the brim with friends’ wedding albums and baby pics. As a contentedly single and childless 20-something, I’ve officially had it—and apparently so had the makers of Unbaby.me, a new Facebook extension for Google Chrome users that replaces infant photos with images of “awesome stuff” like bacon or baby sloths.

One image audiences wouldn’t dare replace is that of the “chubby kid” in Nike’s new spot for the Olympics. Although the brand isn’t an official sponsor of the Summer Games, that hasn’t deterred people from falling in love with Nathan Sorrell, the overweight preteen star of an unexpectedly moving commercial whose grit to find his greatness while running in London, Ohio has won hearts over.

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