Most of us are guilty of spending an arguably unhealthy amount of time on Netflix. Episode after episode, season after season, it just becomes so difficult to stop. Plus, there’s nothing better on a rainy day than curling up with your pet in bed and streaming for hours on end.
Anyone else out there who’s in a serious relationship with Netflix can relate to all of these hilarious jokes. Stream on, friends.
Life is like Netflix: if you completely eliminate your standards, there's more to enjoy.
— ohWell (@contriteperson) January 4, 2015
When Netflix asks you if you're still watching & it's kind of like "wow I thought this was a safe space"
— Aparna Nancherla (@aparnapkin) December 7, 2014
Because of your interest in: being pissed off
Netflix recommends: the sequel to a movie when we don't have the original
— lefty ☭ (@kymcga) March 13, 2014
How I significantly improved my Netflix pic.twitter.com/8EMjBI3PM1
— Mike Ginn (@shutupmikeginn) May 6, 2015
missed connection: you were at home streaming Netflix. I was at a different home, also streaming Netflix
— rachael (@WookieOnUnicorn) July 10, 2013
"Are we still having sex?" -Netflix during sex
— donni saphire (@donni) January 9, 2015
Netflix: we are the top online streaming service. Best in the world.
Me: can I rewind 10 seconds without ruining everything?
— Nate Usher (@thenatewolf) October 27, 2015
Netflix suggested I'd also like staring blankly at restaurant menus, endlessly scrolling the channel guide & flipping through paint samples.
— Terry F (@daemonic3) February 20, 2014
Netflix Suggestions For You
Because You Watched: Your Life Slip Away
You Might Also Enjoy: Just Giving Up Completely
— maura quint (@behindyourback) January 17, 2015
netflix and alone
— Friedrice Nietzsche (@tinynietzsche) September 25, 2015
whoever invented the “skip intro” button at netflix deserves the highest accolade we as a society can bestow upon a citizen and it still wouldn’t be enough
— Matt Bellassai (@MattBellassai) March 11, 2018
My sister and her husband cancel their plans to get wine drunk and binge watch Netflix shows. That's the kinda marriage I want
— emmett (@emunz34) August 4, 2017
Sometimes when I'm binge watching Netflix, I remember that when these shows were on tv people had to wait a week to watch each episode pic.twitter.com/wqHdUo8hkE
— lex (@lexiparlier) August 5, 2017
I'm so lost when I finish a Netflix series. It's really the perfect metaphor for my life: done with one thing, but no clue what to do next.
— elisabeth epps is tired. (@elisabeth) August 8, 2017