According to photos circulating today, a graffiti artist and meme enthusiast has amended a sign at Netflix's Los Gatos headquarters with the words "and chill" in observance of the popular internet meme "Netflix and Chill." CBS 5 reports that the tagger was, in fact, caught on camera.
For the uninitiated, Fusion mansplains that "Netflix and Chill" began as a joke on Black Twitter, a nod to the fact, universally acknowledged, that no one just hangs out and watches a movie in 2015.
Indeed, Netflix and chill, a dating app come-on that's by now self-aware, is a slightly coded request for intercourse, perhaps while episodes of House of Cards autoplay in the background and go binge unwatched.
Sex, some speculate, is as old as civilization itself. We'll keep creating euphemisms for it. This one has just peaked.
Netflix has yet to respond to the incident, and it's unclear if the tagger has been identified.
Honestly, they should just be thankful that what's practically a branded meme has achieved this level of ubiquity.
My brother took this picture of someone tagging up the Netflix headquarter sign pic.twitter.com/NaU8MKTC0q— Elma Avakian (@eeelms) November 2, 2015