This is what it's really like to be addicted to Netflix
Several people who think their Netflix and chill has gone too far took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to reveal what it's really like to be addicted to the provider of beloved binge-watching.
Being addicted to Netflix might give a new meaning to sleeping in:
Yes, Netflix, we're still here. We'll always be here:
Who needs friends when you have Jessica Jones, Peter Griffin and Michael Bluth?
When you start to feel like your obligations are obstacles to Netflix, it might be time to take a break: When there aren't enough hours in the day for Netflix, sleep is often the first thing to be sacrificed:
History reinvents itself after too much TV:
Maybe binge-watching will eventually become an Olympic sport:
Depending on what you're watching, maybe you could get some cardio out of it:
When you get so involved with virtual realities, it might be hard to draw the line between what's real and what you've watched:
Everything will seem like an appropriate excuse to finish your season of 'Breaking Bad':
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