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I recently realized that Friends is now streaming on Netflix, so I’ve basically spent every free moment I have binge watching the first two seasons and re-experiencing the tumultuous love story that was Ross and Rachel. I love Friends, and I love that Netflix is streaming them, and it’s just one of the hundreds of shows and movies on Netflix now that I already have on my watch list (there are thousands and thousands of others, but I’m just one person with only so much time). Of course, as a fan for many, many years (over ten), I just can’t understand why everyone doesn’t have Netflix Streaming yet.
3 Reasons To Start 2015 Off Right With Netflix Streaming
1. Friends is my favorite show ever, and that was reason enough for me. All ten seasons for you to binge watch, or watch a bit at a time, and it is one of many popular comedy series that Netflix is bringing in for it’s customers this year. Frasier is another (love that show!) so now whenever I feel stressed, a bit down, whatever, I turn on Netflix and start streaming one of my favorite comedies to pick me up. This time of year, when we’ve had pinkeye and the flu and randoms coughs and colds come through our household already, laughter really is the best medicine, and with Netflix Streaming, I have it on demand- yahoo!
2. Original Netflix Programming that offers hits shows everyone is talking about at the water cooler…there are still must see tv shows, and now, they are all on Netflix. Want to keep up with the office talk about what’s happening on everyone’s favorite shows? Just stream them when you have free time!
3. Quality kids shows, including Original Netflix Programming for Kids that you can’t find anywhere else. The Adventures of Puss in Boots is an entire animated series that is really funny…my sons love it for the adventure and fun and I love it for the humor. There are many other shows as well, like All Hail Kind Julien and Veggie Tales in the House, that are only here (and they are soooo funny and good). My older son keeps watching Veggie Tales in the House episodes over and over, and my three year old currently loves anything with animals, particularly cats and dogs, so he is in heaven with The Adventures of Puss in Boots.
Both boys will be in school next year, so this year I’m trying to spend more time with them just having fun, and in honor of our new favorite kids show, we decided to make our own Puss In Boots with colored construction paper, scissors, crayons and glue sticks. I did all the cutting, they did all the gluing and coloring, and it was pretty fun to have our own Puss In Boots at the end…first we put him on white construction paper to add in some background elements, and then they just played with him like an action figure with their other toys.
What do you think?