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March 11, 2013  | by: Joanne Wu
Twitter (netflix)

Twitter (netflix)


What’s with fans going too far with their unhealthy obsessions these days? Remember Cut for Bieber? I love Netflix, so I totally understand people’s obsession with it. It’s both the best and worst decision I’ve ever made to commit yearly to this site. But would I go as far as tattoo the logo on my body? I highly doubt it. But apparently, Twitter user @TheRealMyron thinks so! And he didn’t walk out empty-handed! 

Twitter (netflix)

Twitter (netflix)


Because of this, Netflix rewarded the guy with a free one-year commitment. But, is one-year equivalent to this permanent life-long mistake decision he made? Seems a little much. And I’m pretty sure this dude will purchase a year regardless of receiving the free year.

Question is, how far would people go for free stuff? I’m all for free merch, but there are limits, y’know? Has the economy come this far that people would do something so drastic and permanent to get what they want? My question is, would he regret this when his free one-year reward is up? My guess would be a big fat YES! But who’s to say? Maybe he might get another tat for a second year free?

Do you think he’ll be filing for a tat removal any time soon? Should Netflix have given more years, or none at all? Let us know what you think!

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