There are a whole load of cliches made up about the media streaming giant Netflix since it began offering it's movie and TV show service in 2007.
We have all heard about Netflix & Chill with your significant other, or the funny glitches that appear to confuse movies and their descriptions with things that are way off!
My Netflix had an error and kept the same description for everything pic.twitter.com/kfJ3Klx6Or— Viral IQ (@Viral_IQ) April 12, 2016
And of course, the guilty-pleasure of watching the show for hours on end as we just keep hitting that "Continue Playing" button over and over again.
Only, we always thought that it was a vice we kept to ourselves, until Netflix decided to shamefully "out" certain fans of their latest in-house production, A Christmas Prince.
To the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?— Netflix US (@netflix) December 11, 2017
The movie is the romantic story of a reporter digging up a scoop on royalty, before realizing she has developed feelings for her mark. It's a real gushy plot, and Netflix decided to have a little fun with some of their more dedicated viewers.
But not everyone is exactly happy with their habits being aired to the world!
And to be fair, they have a point.
Why are you calling people out like that Netflix— Amanda Bell (@AmandaJuneBell) December 11, 2017
You're not my mom— Amanda Bell (@AmandaJuneBell) December 11, 2017
Others may be a little on the suspicious side...
This is amazing. Except for the "watching us like big brother " part ;)— blake (@blaketopia) December 11, 2017
Though there were some people just in it for the drama!
I'm 100% here for anonymous Netflix shaming https://t.co/63zLBK9Lgl— Jared Rizzi (@JaredRizzi) December 11, 2017
And now the rest of us are worried about how much we've been watching certain shows...
No you're fine— Netflix US (@netflix) December 11, 2017