So much for ‘Netflix and Chill’…
A new study from researchers at Lancaster University in the U.K. has unveiled something very startling; analyzing evidence from nearly 400 devices shows that peak electricity usage is now much larger than it used to be, specifically between 10 and 11pm. The problem is, that’s the hour that is traditionally the peak for……uh….y’know, something OTHER than watching television.
Thanks to streaming services like Netflix, YouTube and others, it’s believed these findings support the theory of David Spiegelhalter, a professor from the University of Cambridge. Who says couples are less interested in sex because watching TV in bed is at an all time high. He then goes as far as predicting that, by the year 2030, couples will not have sex at all.
I don’t know about that last part, but these findings certainly DO bring up an interesting point – maybe binge watching IS significantly cutting into, well….romantic time. Normally here, I’d say “What do you think?”. But I think we might be treading into TMI territory here…. ~ Jason