Dolph would say: Trendstopper

Action Hero. The name once evoked images of brawny characters performing impossible karate moves, big guns and even bigger action. Images of Stallone on a rampage of revenge, Uma killing Bill, or Norris punching through a car like a knife through warm butter. Being an action hero meant shaving with a jagged bit of metal, hanging off the side of a helicopter, wrestling an alligator in a show of strength and keeping your feelings locked up tight in your cold, yet beating heart.

But this image is all but dead these days. It’s been buried under a sea of gluten-free, artisanal nonsense. Not only has the image of the action hero died—it’s also affected the way we speak. Who’ll rescue us from an avalanche of twerking? Who’ll save us from drowning in an ocean of “on-point, shade-throwing, basics, fam?”

World of Tanks will save us, that’s who. You don’t create a game about being a true action hero —World of Tanks—without knowing what it takes to be rugged.  So Dolph Lundgren has been recruited to be the public’s sherpa of machismo with the Trendstopper extension for your browser.

Trendstopper pinpoints so called “trendy” phrases on the websites you visit and offers a Dolph Lundgren-approved replacement. Containing over 150 definitions brimming with so much iron will, that your chest will explode with hair, the Trendstopper extension offers the view of the internet through the eyes of a true action hero and is free to add to your browser. No longer will you have to struggle to decipher the world’s latest buzzwords to find an appropriately strapping alternative.

“I was skeptical with Trendstopper at first,” said Atticus, former soy-based jorts designer. “But after just a few hours I couldn’t resist the urge to drill for oil in the Atlantic. I closed my business, sold my fixie bike, and now keep a stick on me at all times to beat off the suitors drawn to my virile vocabulary. Thanks, Trendstopper.”

“These trendy words are like a virus, infecting your vocabulary,” said a Wargaming spokesperson. “We make a game about tanks—what’s more intense than action-packed battles, explosions and a language that actually represents the soul of an action hero? Because it’s not only the fact that all this trendy slang is annoying—but all these soy-vegan-gluten-free-artisan-anything cost double the price.”

Try the new browser extension from World of Tanks now and make your internet rugged.

Dolph’s already tested it:

Download the extension:

Or search Trendstopper in your Chrome or Opera browser extensions store.

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