Don鈥檛 get us wrong 鈥 we love Netflix just as much as the next binge-watcher. How could we not, with reboots like Gilmore Girls (have you SEEN that finale wrap pic?) and Fuller House 2, riveting documentaries and mind-blowing originals like Jessica Jones?

PARIS, FRANCE - SEPTEMBER 19: In this photo illustration the Netflix logo is reflected in the eye of a woman on September 19, 2014 in Paris, France. Netflix September 15 launched service in France, the first of six European countries planned in the coming months. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

But just how much are we willing to give up in order to get our marathon on? Frankly? We鈥檙e not sure you want to know the answer.

According to a new analysis by Cordcutting.com, the average subscriber will spend one hour and 40 minutes watching Netflix each day. Compared to statistics reported by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, that鈥檚 nearly six times the amount of time that the average American spends exercising (17 minutes) and relaxing/thinking (17 minutes), about five times the amount that we spend on reading (19 minutes) and more than double the amount of time we spend socializing and communicating (38 minutes).

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Yes, you read that right 鈥 we spend more time Netflix-ing than we do interacting with humans IRL. Yikes!

We got a feel for how reliant we鈥檝e become on technology when we tried to go without our iPhone for a day, but we had no idea we were slowly but surely replacing our own friends and family with our Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt obsession.

We don鈥檛 know about you, but we鈥檙e feeling prettttttyyyy guilty right about now. Time to go call our moms鈥 and our besties鈥 and anyone else who will answer the phone!

Did this study鈥檚 findings alarm you? Tell us about it on Twitter @BritandCo!

(h/t Elite Daily, photo via Pascal le Segretain/Getty)