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Netflix Cheating is a Thing and There’s a Contract To Stop It

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Netflix cheating is described as the act of watching or continuing a show ahead of your partner – doesn’t have to be a romantic partner, but possibly someone who you co-watch a show with.

Research done by Netflix indicates that 46% of streaming couples cheat on their partners (again, not actual cheating) and surprisingly, 14% of streaming couples believe that Netflix cheating is worse than having an actual affair and a good 18% of couples have actually had a verbal argument over Netflix cheating.

As per the research, shows like; Narcos, Stranger Things, Orange is the new black, House of Cards and Black Mirror are the highest temptations for cheating partners.

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Now, Netflix has gone ahead and drafted a simple contract with the aim of barring streaming couples from cheating on each other. We cannot tell whether or not this contract is a joke but obviously, it cannot be used as a legal binding contract – at least on the surface.

The contract, which was posted by Netflix on Facebook has clauses that prevent a couple from sleeping while watching a show together, using their phone, requesting for a rewind for missing something while distracted, continuing watching the show in the absence of your partner, talking or sharing spoilers.

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It seems the contract pretty much covers it all and going by the comments on the post, Netflix fans love it with a good number of them claiming that they will be making their partners sign the contract.

Netflix Co-watching contract

Question is, has your partner Netflix cheated on you? Or rather, have you Netflix cheated on your partner before?

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