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Here's how to delete your embarrassing Netflix history

We know you didn't mean to click Green Street 2: Stand Your Ground - it was just a slip of a mouse button - but ever since you did, Netflix keeps suggesting heaps of other gritty hooligan dramas you have no intention of watching (we didn't know Blue Collar Hooligan was a thing either). 

But fear not, your embarrassing Netflix history needn't hold you captive.

Here's how to erase your previous viewing habits, eliminating all fears of being judged during your next Netflix 'n' chill...

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