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We’ve all done it: When you’re turning on your 15th episode in a row of your favorite series, and then suddenly you think, “I wonder if the people at Netflix think I’m crazy for re-watching all 7 seasons of Gilmore Girls for a 12th time in 6 months?” Usually, that thought is quickly brushed off by logic. There’s millions of people utilizing Netflix every single day, why would the good people at the company pay attention to what each individual is watching?

Well, apparently, they definitely do pay attention to what people are watching and how long they’re doing so, which Netflix just revealed on their Twitter account. We all know that the social media pages for different restaurants (we’re looking at you, Wendy’s) and other services are getting way more entertaining and interactive–and now Netflix just upped their game and composed a completely savage tweet.

Netflix just wants to know why people are watching A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days–all 53 of y’all. People on Twitter were both delighted at the savageness of Netflix’s social media team, while also being scared by the fact that the streaming service actually is watching what we all watch. Take a look at some of the replies below.

Netflix Just Might Use Your Binge-Watching Habits Against You On Twitter  was originally published on globalgrind.com

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