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15 Small Injustices All Netflix Lovers Face

Yes, Netflix, I'm still watching, OK?

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1. Whenever the red pinwheel of death appears.


STOP THIS! You're scaring me!

2. When this judgmental message pops up right in the middle of your binge-a-thon.

Yes, I'm still watching. And I ate a whole sleeve of Oreos, too. Are you happy now?!

3. Just how quickly the next episode starts, and not being able to take any kind of break.


Can a girl get a snack first?!

4. That Netflix gives you so many options to choose from that you actually can't pick one.


Just give me five, dangit!


5. When there are NO MORE EPISODES left of your fave show and you wanna throw things.

How could you do this, Netflix? We have a deal: I pay, you provide.
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How could you do this, Netflix? We have a deal: I pay, you provide.

6. Losing all of your weekend because of Netflix. All of the seasons are there. Waiting. Ready.

I'm not even complaining, really, but like...what is my life now?

7. When Netflix rudely reminds you of why you should never share your Netflix account details.

8. Because when you do share your account with someone, Netflix will totally blow up your spot.

That was a secret between us, Netflix. How you gonna do me like this?


9. The fact that all of the episode descriptions are just...THERE. Begging you to read them. So you do, for tens of minutes.


I'll never get those five minutes of my life back.

10. When Netflix premieres a new season of your show and you know that you won't be sleeping at all.

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Calling in sick to work because I have a fever, and the only cure is House of Cards.

11. Having to sit through the "previously on," even though you just watched what was previously on.

12. Becoming so emotionally invested in a Netflix series that you aren't sure what to do with your life when it ends.

Will I be OK? I'm very concerned here...


13. Seeing this message, in general.

15. And when you realize Netflix is one of your most important relationships, but feel a little...weird about that.


Can we make it official on Facebook? No? OK.