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Spotted at Netflix HQ: 'Netflix And Chill'

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Someone is taking the "Netflix AND CHILL" thing to the next level.

Someone is taking the "Netflix and chill" thing to the next level.

A passerby snapped this photo of the graffiti spray-painted outside Netflix's headquarters in Los Gatos and sent it to NBC Bay Area.

For the uninitiated, "Netflix and chill" is slang for hooking up. As Fusion explains: "It began as a plain, descriptive phrase ('Can’t wait to leave work so I can watch Netflix and chill!'), and stayed that way for several years before acquiring a loose sexual connotation ('Wanna come over for Netflix and chill? ;)') and, eventually becoming a known code phrase ('He said he loves me, but I know he just wants to Netflix and chill')." (Here's a video of Seth Myers explaining what it means).

The photo generated a lot of excitement on Twitter, but the sign itself was shortlived.

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Seth Meyers explains teen slang: "Netflix and Chill" and "Muck Fuppet." (Published Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015)

According to Elite Daily, the "And Chill" part was taken down pretty fast. The photo however lives on.