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Netflix Binge, Interrupted #StreamTeam
I’m used to not having privacy, I mean, I have two kids. I love having them around but Big Brother’s got nothing on Little Daughters. I’m used to them watching me, but strangers? How awkward. It’s bound to happen though. With the advent of digital downloads, you can take your Netflix on the go with you anywhere. You can watch it on a plane, you can watch it on a train – wait, that’s Green Eggs and Ham. Well, either way, whether you’re watching it in a box or with a fox, probably somebody has snooped on your Netflix viewing habits. Don’t believe me? Check out this handy infographic here that my friends at Netflix shared with me:
What would you do if you caught someone creeping on your Netflix? I guess for me I would be worried about spoilers. I might be catching up on some series and I don’t want anyone to accidentally ruin my fun by revealing key plot points if they think I’m re-watching instead of enjoying it for the first time. It doesn’t have to be a bad thing though.
Another way to look at it is if they are watching what I am watching, maybe they shouldn’t be strangers. I mean, if they are going to watch over my shoulder and gasp with me in unison, we should probably exchange names and maybe phone numbers to compare notes later. They clearly have excellent taste if they are going to low-key binge on the same thing as me.
However you respond to someone creeping on your viewing habits, I wish you many happy Netflix binges in 2018 and prosperous New Year. What will you ring in 2018 watching (and who will be watching with you?)
Disclosure: Netflix sends my family perks in exchange for our perspectives on their programming. All opinions are mine.