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11 times brands just didn’t understand what Netflix and chill meant

Lads, it means sex.

FOR SOME TIME now, the phrase “Netflix and chill” has come to mean so much more than a few episodes of Making A Murderer with a cup of tea.

The fact that it’s now fully understood as code for having sex has not reached every business in the advertising game:

1. Like this bus company


2. And Volvo – this sounds illegal

3. Starbucks telling us what Justin loves to do in his own time

4. In the US, this 7-Eleven warns of sex weather – and applicable treats

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5. That time CNN casually put it into an article

6. Is your family looking for something to do? Why not Netflix and chill?


7. This University promises to provide the movie and popcorn during it

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8. While this TV company straight out asked their viewers if they were game

9. Comedy + sex = good times

10. Science says it’s not good for you

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11. And finally, a little closer to home, this pub in Cork is offering it up all day long

For some, it’s an innocuous suggestion.

For others, *snigger*

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