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  • Watching Netflix has become a romantic pastime
  • Watching Netflix has become a romantic pastime
    Lilim (2014) ©
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Watching Netflix has become a romantic pastime

Do you wolf down political documentaries while your partner longs for the comfort of endless Friends re-runs? You might be part of a dying breed of couples; research from Netflix suggests its streaming platform plays a crucial role in bringing together like-minded lovers. 

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