Adds "like", "um", "y'know", and similar words randomly to websites.
Have you ever found yourself bored when reading a dry scientific article? Does research make your eyes go blurry? Have you find yourself searching desperately for an elusive way to have fun despite the dry diction of formal articles?
It sounds like you need Umify.
When you load a page, Umify automatically scans it and randomly adds in "um", "like", "y'know", and similar phrases at random intervals. Reading through a simple Wikipedia article can leave you laughing with tears of joy!
Take this Umified passage from Hamlet, for example:
To be, or not to, um, be, that is, um, the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to, like, suffer
The slings and arrows of, like, y'know, outrageous fortune,
Or to, um, take arms against a sea of, like, um, troubles
And by opposing end them.
Note: will not work on content added after the page loads