Pizza, Beer and Netflix. - Deepstash
Pizza, Beer and Netflix.

Pizza, Beer and Netflix.

  • Code for addictions.
  • Code for keeping us on the couch. Look we do need fun. And ways to relax.
  • And a little bad food. It’s all okay, as long as we keep a lid on it. And put some actual effort into keeping our minds and body healthy.


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