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Brands Keep Replying To Netflix With Horny Messages And It's Uncomfortable

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Brands Keep Replying To Netflix With Horny Messages And It's Uncomfortable

If you've been on Twitter recently, you will almost definitely have spotted some smutty messages doing the rounds.

That's because Netflix has been encouraging other big name brands to share the dirtiest lines they can think of.

But it's not just been all-out filth, you'll be pleased to know. They haven't just let the work experience kid loose on their account. The PR stunt has rules, well, it has one; they have to be safe for work.

Opening up the slew of sexual innuendo, the streaming site asked: "What's something you can say during sex but also when you manage a brand twitter account?"

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Some, however, managed to pull it off better than others.

For example, tech firm Ubisoft was playful with their response, commenting: "Ubisoft."

Rival site Hulu even got involved, joking: "Netflix and chill?" Ouch.

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Universal Orlando Resort said: "Prepare for the ride of a lifetime."

Paramount Pictures then chimed in with: "I'm not sure we want to touch this."

But while these were all fairly innocent responses, some companies just stepped over the line and went from vaguely funny to, well, urgh.

Whoever was in charge of gaming site Razer just couldn't help themselves, writing: "Player 3 has entered."

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ColourPop Cosmetics went with: "Use your fingers for best results."

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Then things got very weird.

After movie site IMDb jumped in with "The Mandalorian continues to dominate," Netflix replied with one that made us feel a touch uneasy, writing: "More of a Baby Yoda lover myself."

I'm sure they didn't quite think that through as much as they probably should have. I mean, I know what's going on with Baby Yoda, but it's probably good practice to leave the words 'baby' and 'lover' very far away from each other.

And if there was ever an example of political parties failing to grasp the mood of the people, the Liberal Democrats' Twitter account was it.

They responded to journalist Zing Tsjeng's election spin on the Netflix tweet - "What's something you can say during sex that you can also say during this interminable leaders debate?" - and everyone wished they hadn't.

No. Just. No.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Funny, Interesting, UK Entertainment, Twitter, Netflix

Dominic Smithers
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