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One brave person took their devotion to Netflix to a new level, getting a tattoo of the streaming-video service’s name blasted into his flesh.


It takes a hardy soul to get inked with the name of a brand. That dedication goes far beyond grabbing a T-shirt or scooping up a fridge magnet. This is a symbiotic relationship for life.

One brave person took their devotion to Netflix to a new level, getting a tattoo of the streaming-video service’s name blasted into his flesh.

That guy, @TheRealMyron, tweeted a photo of the art to Netflix, and Netflix was certainly taken aback by the gesture.

So there you have it. All you need to do to get a free year of Netflix is to get a tattoo of the company’s name, which we absolutely recommend you do. The only catch is it’ll probably cost more than shelling out for a year of Netflix, and there’s no guarantee it’ll work for you.

Or you could try stealing a pic of someone else’s Netflix tattoo and tweeting it. Not that we’re saying TheRealMyron did. But it’d work.

Two months until Myron watches the new, Netflix-only season of Arrested Development and blurts out, “I’ve made a huge mistake.”

Photo via @TheRealMyron/Twitter

Kris Holt

Kris Holt

Based in Montreal, Kris Holt has been writing about technology and web culture since 2010. He writes for Engadget and Tech News World, and his byline has also appeared in Paste, Salon, International Business Times, Mashable, and elsewhere.