These tweets about “Black Mirror” are as ridiculous as they are relatable


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The fourth season of British science fiction anthology television series “Black Mirror” recently started streaming on Netflix. If you’re unfamiliar with the show, each episode acts at its own self-contained stand-alone piece of fiction that is designed to provoke discussion about the relationship between technology and human nature.

The series has received widespread critical acclaim, even earning several Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Television Movie and Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special for its third season episode “San Junipero.”

And while fans of the show are losing sleep over it’s bleak vision of the future and cynical messages, not everyone is impressed.

Some of Twitter’s greatest minds took to their favorite social media/micro blogging platform to share their hilarious takes. Let’s take a look at what they had to say.

This person was able to summarize thee entire series with one perfect gif.

“I always feel like somebody’s watching me. And I have no privacy,” is quite a common reaction to the show, especially after watching the Season 3 episode “Shut Up and Dance.”

You can’t go wrong with a “Rick and Morty” screenshot.

Like a bad relationship, “Black Mirror” just keeps sucking you back in.

You’ll have to watch the show to get this reference. But trust us, it’s funny. But it’s also kind of sad. Again, you’ll have to watch the show to get the reference.

Don’t. Trust. Anyone.

Again, watch the damn show.

Technology is bad.

We get it, technology is bad.

Did we mention that it’s a British show?


We look forward to seeing this episode in the fifth season.

Pixelated Boat absolutely nailed it.

Mind = blown.

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