You can now get a Netflix "commitment ring" to stop you cheating on your binge-watching
Did you know there's a thing called 'Netflix binge cheating'?
This basically means you sneakily watch a show while your partner is out, and later pretend that you're seeing it for the first time.
We've all probably done it, let's be honest.
We've all watched a couple of episodes of Peaky Blinders ahead, and then gone back to 'Start from Beginning', just to throw the other half off the scent.
Now a company called Cornetto have come along to mess with a perfect system.
It's called a TV series commitment ring - and it must be stopped at all costs.
How does it work? Both you and your partner wear one and link it to the series of your choice through an app.
When the rings are in close proximity to each other, the app can sense it and it can then unblock the series.
If you're not together, though, you'll be stuck watching Countryfile.
The rings are not yet available to buy, although you can register your interest here.
So far, people don't seem to hate the idea of the rings.
Genius! When your partner is cheating on you by watching Netlix without you! Cornetto: The Netflix Commitment Rings https://t.co/HjZLzqLubM
— Von Labs (@vonlabs) May 28, 2016
— Paul P. Robinson (@pprobinson) May 27, 2016
Getting my bf this ASAP- These 'Commitment Rings' stop you from watching Netflix unless your partner is around https://t.co/XsJJTRDPbM
— Becky Lane (@BeckyShindell) May 27, 2016