I scoped out some funny Netflix Buffering tweets to share with you. These were all tweeted in the month of July. Twitter is full of funny stuff… if you can find it. Twitter is full of some pretty witty twerps!
Let’s start with a definition: A buffer contains data that is stored for a short amount of time, typically in the computer’s memory (RAM). The purpose of a buffer is to hold data right before it is used. For example, when you download an audio or video file from the Internet, it may load the first 20% of it into a buffer and then begin to play. Buffering is exactly what Netflix does to play your shows and movies (unless you’re using NightShift, of course)! It’s when your internet is slow that buffering causes the #FirstWorldPains displayed below.