IPv4 fanfiction

I don’t believe a word of this, but it’s a heck of a narrative. Holly — no, not our Holly — claims:

I found a way to pinpoint exactly where someone is EVERY time they use their phone and it is through Netflix. Just saying.?

Suspension of disbelief begins to fail … NOW:

So my ex bf does not have Netflix on his phone. He only has it on his smart tv and his computer … that I know of.

He kept taking off at odd hours and I noticed he was bringing condoms. I actually counted them for a month bf doing this. Anyway I went to his Netflix acct and then to history. It has option there for IP addresses. I clicked that. It told me his IP address EVERY time he used his phone … it had nothing to do with netflix. It also corresponded to the times he kept taking off. I highlighted and copied the IP addresses into a gps converter app I got from google play. It took those IP addresses and gave me the exact gps coordinates of where he was at as well as the time he was there (Netflix IP history). It showed him many times in the middle of the woods on an army base and on a dirt road (where his missing condoms were found on the ground). I waited until he left and went to the place and caught him with a male prostitute. He is now my ex. Oh and he is an FBI agent in sex crimes division. Sooo … that is how you do it :-)

If he doesn’t have Netflix on his phone, why would Netflix have a list of the IP addresses on his phone? For that matter, why would the guy’s desktop have a list of the IP addresses on his phone? If you ask me, he’s better off as far as possible from Femaleficent there.





5 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    11 April 2017 · 10:34 am

    Brings new meaning to the phrase “Netflix and chill”

  2. fillyjonk »

    11 April 2017 · 10:34 am

    though yeah, am giving that story much side-eye.

  3. Holly H »

    11 April 2017 · 2:40 pm

    Yes, if this were written by OUR Holly, it would be far less interesting. Don’t have the energy for skullduggery.

  4. McG »

    11 April 2017 · 4:18 pm

    Even accepting everything else (I just checked and couldn’t find “an option for IP addresses” anywhere on my Netflix account), IP addresses don’t translate exactly to a GPS coordinate. If you’re using Netflix via a cell network the IP address would only give the location of the cell tower.

    Anyone stupid enough to cheat on his girlfriend directly under the cell tower his phone is connected to, well, at least he’s not reproducing with those male prostitutes.

  5. CGHill »

    11 April 2017 · 5:46 pm

    I’ve used geolocation on my own IP from time to time, and maybe 40 percent of the time it gets the same (620-square-mile) municipality. More than once it’s missed the county, even the state.

RSS feed for comments on this post