I’ve heard funny stories here and there about people who share Netflix accounts and the hijinks that can ensue, say, after a breakup. That said, I had no idea how often people try to take advantage, and how hilariously comfortable they get when they think they’re going to get away with it forever.

These 15 people did exactly that, though, and the people who actually pay for the Netflix weren’t afraid to call them out online.

15. The cheek of it indeed.

I can’t believe how many of these freeloaders go straight to insults.

Friend of my Ex has been using my Netflix details without my knowledge for years. Calls me cheap! from ChoosingBeggars

14. No means no.

And calling someone names definitely isn’t the way to change minds.

Bratty cousin stole my Netflix password and when I changed it he wants me to it to him. from ChoosingBeggars

13. Seriously just sign up for Netflix.

I have no idea how this is supposed to be easier.

Brother who refuses to work tries to emotionally blackmail me over Netflix subscription from ChoosingBeggars

12. The “please” killed me.

I think it might be a little late for that.

*we broke up* “Don’t contact me again but let me use your Netflix” from trashy

11. I really don’t think they were being mean.

No is a full sentence, friends.

Netflix pls or u b**** Cross Post from r Niceguys from ChoosingBeggars

10. Raging mad, eh?

Sounds like someone could benefit from some anger management.

My sister asking for my Netflix when she is 33 and lives with my mom and dad . from ChoosingBeggars

9. I think he just answered his own question.

What a charmer this one is.

After a year of separation, she says she’s going to use my Netflix. from ChoosingBeggars

8. Those last two texts are classic.

I aspire to be this mom, honestly.

My son failed to inform me that his ex-roommate was a Netflix freeloader. from ChoosingBeggars

7. Not really a thank you.

More like a slap in the face, to be honest.

My First choosing beggar in the wild, you think you know a guy… from ChoosingBeggars

6. Maybe she didn’t know.

Then again, maybe she did.

My mom casually using Netflix on two screens at once so nobody else can watch anything. from mildlyinfuriating

5. Another “influencer” in the wild.

These people never cease to amaze me.

epic netflix deal from ChoosingBeggars

4. You know, you could pay it for once.

I guess that never even crossed their mind.

Expecting someone to pay for your Netflix when you don’t even know who they are. from ChoosingBeggars

3. A great “account borrower.”

Maybe put that on your resume!

“It costs $0.00 not to be like this” from ChoosingBeggars

2. This takes some nerve.

Time to teach those kids a lesson, I think.

Gave my Netflix password to my two little cousins (Squidgame Avatars) and they changed my previous profiles to their “Mom” and “Dad”. My family members and I are considered as “Guest” in the new profile they created. from mildlyinfuriating

1. I would not have lasted this long in this conversation.

Just no, thanks, bye now.

My buddy’s ex-Gf stole my Netflix info and got pissed at him when I changed the password. from ChoosingBeggars

Y’all, people have some serious gall, don’t you think?

Has something like this ever happened to you? We’re dying to hear your story down in the comments!