Introducing ‘Netflix Cheating,’ a Real Thing That Really Exists

Yesterday Netflix released some startling new data in a statement called, “Netflix Cheating is on the Rise Globally and Shows No Signs of Stopping.” The press release dropped the day before Valentine’s Day and was riddled with lines like, “Most don’t plan to cheat …” and “Cheating happens all over the world …”

The cheating they’re referring to, however, is what occurs when one-half of a couple secretly binge-watches an entire series without their partner present, a phenomenon only affecting 46 percent of streaming couples, but according to Netflix, “No relationship is safe.”

Today, in an effort to shine light on the truth and destroy Valentine’s Day for some happy couples, Netflix has put out a “cheating test” as a way for people to find out if they’re cheating or not.

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The test could help eliminate the Netflix cheating epidemic, but the company doesn’t seem to think so, “In a binge-watching world where it’s easy to say ‘just one more,’ Netflix cheating has quickly become the new normal…”

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