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How I Entertain Myself On Coronavirus MCO Days

NETFLIX ROCKS!! 
I dare not think how my time could pass if I do not have Netflix to keep me occupied during this house confinement against the Coronavirus thingy.  I was introduced to Netflix movies last year when I went visiting my son in Aberdeen.  Ever since then, I was kind of glued to the movies/drama series whenever there is an opportunity to watch.  When I returned to Malaysia, I bid Astro farewell and replaced it with Netflix instead.  So much cheaper but the only thing is that the Internet/Wifi must be strong.  If there is no Wifi, then there would no movies to watch....

The best thing with the Netflix programs is that there are English subtitles or Mandarin, depending on our own settings.  I can watch Korean, Thai, Spanish, France and understand what they are saying... LOL... that is the best part.  But most times, I watch American shows... be it comedy, horror, romantic, thriller, action packed, I am all for them!  See why Netflix is worth subscribing to me?  Oh, by the way, this is not a sponsored post promoting this network.  Just sharing how I pass time and diverting from food posts once awhile.... LOL.....



At the moment I am addicted to Gossip Girl which has 6 seasons... 
An old series actually.. from 2007 to 2012...
Family kind of show but filthy rich ones...
So lots of fashion and beauties to watch besides the cool guys!
I particularly like to watch this couple.... 
Lily and Rufus (movie screen roles)
Yes, more of "auntie" and "uncle" age.... 
But they are fun to watch!

Just started on this series too... Gilmore Girls also filmed in 2008... 
but there is a revival in 2017.... and now showing on Netflix!
So... this is how I spend my days at home...
....confining to the TV Box day in and day out!
How about you all... besides cooking and cooking?

Comments

  1. wah, netflix sure manyak customers these days!

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  2. I work from home so spend time working lah and reading blogs online and keeping track of the food I eat, hahaha.

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  3. My missus hogs the TV with her never-ending Korean dreams. Been so long, I don't even know how to switch on the TV now, much less use the decoder.

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  4. Yes! I also have Netflix to entertain me. I am catching up on old TV series too. So nice can watch uninterrupted. LOL!

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  5. Netflix needs to pay right? Currently i am hooked on crash landing on you.

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