Take a 'paws' from the royal wedding
Do you find yourself clicking over to YouTube videos of fuzzy kittens to calm your rage whenever another inane royal wedding story displays it self on your monitor?
Now you can have the kittens without the rise in blood pressure.
A website blocker, available at www.weddinglbock.co.uk, has been designed to cover any news that contains the words "royal wedding" or "Kate Middleton" with pictures of fuzzy cats.
"Because I don't know the happy couple, won't be attending and don't really want to read any more about the whole thing, thanks. Good luck to them etc.," the website explains.
Which do you prefer: the royal wedding or cute kittens?
If you went for the cats ....
Canadian cashes in on wedding apathy
Tea drinkers tired of the number of events that have usurped their favourite beverage to honour the royal wedding around town can now fight back with their very own royal wedding apathy mug.
The white mug with red lettering and faux royal seal reads: "I couldn't care less about the royal wedding" with the footnote "Sorry but...we're just being honest" printed on the bottom.
For sale on entrepreneur and ceramic aficionado Camila Prada's website for her company, "Sorry But", the $24.80 mugs brought $16,000 into Prada's Paypal account in one week.
"I made this mug for myself but then I realized a lot of other people might like it too. For one reason in particular: relentless media coverage.
"The mug says: SORRY BUT… to the media, not the Royal couple themselves. To wish someone ill on their Wedding day would be a bit mean and not my style or intention," it reads on Prada's blog.
The 34-year-old Canadian lives in England where she manufactures her products.