Someone is taking the "Netflix and chill" thing to the next level.
A passerby snapped this photo of the graffiti spray-painted outside Netflix's headquarters in Los Gatos and sent it to NBC Bay Area.
For the uninitiated, "Netflix and chill" is slang for hooking up. As Fusion explains: "It began as a plain, descriptive phrase ('Can’t wait to leave work so I can watch Netflix and chill!'), and stayed that way for several years before acquiring a loose sexual connotation ('Wanna come over for Netflix and chill? ;)') and, eventually becoming a known code phrase ('He said he loves me, but I know he just wants to Netflix and chill')." (Here's a video of Seth Myers explaining what it means).
The photo generated a lot of excitement on Twitter, but the sign itself was shortlived.
According to Elite Daily, the "And Chill" part was taken down pretty fast. The photo however lives on.
Someone turning "Netflix and chill" into graffiti outside Netflix's Los Gatos HQ... pic.twitter.com/7nEre4ouvg
— scott budman (@scottbudman) November 4, 2015