We don’t know who runs the Twitter account for Netflix, but we love the creativity that went into this clip for the series, Blown Away.
The series follows ten contestants in a glassblowing competition where only one can be named “Best in Blow.”
And the artisans taking part in the reality show take their work very seriously.
For instance, no one even cracks a smirk when they head to the “glory hole,” which we all know is a furnace where the glass blowers reheat their glass.
Blown Away is a very hole-some show pic.twitter.com/V8YtCqi05x
— Netflix (@netflix) August 8, 2019
As you can see in the clip, glory holes come up a lot in the show.
“So, when I got in the glory hole…”
“We get assigned a glory hole…”
“But we had spent too much time outside the glory hole…”
“It got too big to go back into the glory hole…”
This certainly isn’t the first time Netflix has shown its gay-centric sassy side.
Just last month, Instinct reported on a cease-and-desist letter from the streaming giant to the folks planning the so-called ‘Straight Pride Parade” telling them to stop using the Netflix logo on their website.
The legal missive concluded, “Our legal department is here, it’s queer, and it’s telling you to steer clear.”