When will humanity get over the lure of cheating?
I’m sorry to have to be the one to tell you this, but you’ve probably been cheated on by the person you’re in love with. The sad fact is that most people in relationships today are so tempted by what they see constantly on their social media feeds, the news, and even on the web that straying from their partner is inevitable. As you read this, you may be realizing that you’re the one cheating, and it may be time to confess your ways to your partner. They’re probably going to find out what you’ve been watching the next time they log in to Netflix anyway.
Netflix wanted to get a little perspective on their users, so they asked a company to survey some users about what goes on in their private lives and how Netflix is involved with them. SurveyMonkey got feedback from 30,267 Netflix users about their viewing habits from December 20th to 31st, 2016.
With this new survey, the higher-ups at Netflix wanted to know about how “Netflix cheating” was affecting the lives of their customers. This behavior was first made known to the streaming service in 2013, so the 2016 results were extremely telling.
The Big Hurt
Netflix cheating involves a couple who is engaged in a series on Netflix, and one person in the relationship decides to watch episodes of the show without their partner.
While it may seem pretty funny that partners secretly watch episodes ahead of each other, it has caused real problems in relationships…