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Posted on 06-06-12 1:05 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Would you share your password of digital accounts w/ significant others ?
To name few – Email / Twitter / Bank A/C / Facebook / Sajha etc


Posted on 06-06-12 1:15 PM     [Snapshot: 23]     Reply [Subscribe]
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[Disallowed String for - bad word], I don't even let the bitch peek at my phone while I'm unlocking it...
Posted on 06-06-12 5:01 PM     [Snapshot: 199]     Reply [Subscribe]
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  My personal opinion, signficant other must respect each others personal space. Why would anyone need password of significant other? This clearly indicates insecurity issue.

 Even if one is comfortable with each other sharing password, avoid it at all cost. It might invite problems further down the road. 

Posted on 06-06-12 5:07 PM     [Snapshot: 205]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I don't see any problem sharing passwords w/ each other. 
Posted on 06-06-12 5:35 PM     [Snapshot: 246]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 I don't see a problem either, not only I know my significant other's password, I reply to some of her emails(even professional or academic) and tell her later. I comment/like through her facebook account, pay her bills on her bank account, etc.
There is only trust issue in a relationship if you have something to hide.

Just my two cents. :)

Posted on 06-06-12 9:04 PM     [Snapshot: 421]     Reply [Subscribe]
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it depends on people man...

i agree with 28th and dissident both....

if shes the snoopy biyatch, then 28th... if not dissident!

Posted on 06-06-12 10:42 PM     [Snapshot: 499]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Interesting replies
  • if u r husband/wife :sharing password makes sense and u cant just ignore by saying - my wife is a Biaatch and hence am not gonna share it. u gotta deal with  her else there is another route.
  • if u r bf/gf : I'd rather prefer not to share the password.
  • Regardless of husband/wife -bf/gf : once you share the password there is no turning back. I guees u need to justify more if u change the password thereafter which will invite more complication.
Like most of the survey scale, everyone has their own perception and the way to deal with it.
Strongly Disagree - Disagree - Neutral - Agree, Strongly - Agree


Posted on 06-07-12 8:14 AM     [Snapshot: 646]     Reply [Subscribe]
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like some of you said its a personal thing....I have my pwd she has hers I sometime will ask her pwd to fix an issue or sth like that but dont really care to remember....

Why would you want to reply to her emails and fb?  If she is capable of having them let her deal with it.  I feel people should have their own space....youre not a father/mother to a 7 yr old. unless you feel your partner is so incapable that you need to do it for her.

I am ok with leaving your spouse or gf  alone - if they wanna cheat pwd woudl be last on the list...

Posted on 06-07-12 11:41 AM     [Snapshot: 752]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 I don't see any good reason for sharing password/pin unless one has a short term memory loss like the guy from Memento. Well in that case, tattooing a 4-digit pin on the forehead would be a long term solution for a short term problem. 

@dissident: “I reply to some of her emails (even professional or academic) which infers you reply to personal mails including long hatred mails to her ex-bf

I comment/like through her facebook account…..”  which means you like & comment on your pic using her facebook id. LMAO

Natual deduction: Man, you have a lot of spare time.

You check:

  • 2 Facebook accounts
  • (10+10 likes) using 2 facebook accounts
  • (10+10 comments) on facebook
  • 2 Gmail accounts
  • 2 Twitter accounts
  • 2 Sajha accounts
  • 2 Primary bank accounts
  • 2 Credit card accounts
  • 1 or 2 University mail accounts (dunno if you are a student too)
  • ..... the list might go on.




P.S: Want to add one more account in your list?

Posted on 06-07-12 1:25 PM     [Snapshot: 808]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I totally second dissident. Personally, I do not mind sharing password to the person I have shared my life with.

Posted on 06-07-12 1:38 PM     [Snapshot: 824]     Reply [Subscribe]
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dont you have enough of your own to deal with that you need more? or are you the unemployed one at home ?
Last edited: 07-Jun-12 01:45 PM

Posted on 06-07-12 2:01 PM     [Snapshot: 858]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I wouldn't share with my girlfriend but I don't see any problem sharing with my wife. If we have joint bank account, credit cards, phone account than we need to share passwords of these accounts and emails associated with these accounts. How can it be a problem sharing password with your wife/husband? If you are cheating on her/him than it is a different story!!

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 Don't get me wrong here, I do that not because I have a lot of spare time in hand, but its because my significant one is a working nurse and a student, which makes her really busy. I am a developer/engineer and in front of a computer screen most of the time, which gives me some time to play around on online stuff, thats all. About facebook, we sometimes share the laptop at home and I don't care to look whose session is active on facebook, so I comment/like inadvertently being her, thats all.
Once you are married or in a long term relationship, you will understand that that there will be no "I" but "We". 

Though it wasn't necessary for me to explain it all, its just to clear the confusion :)


Posted on 06-07-12 10:00 PM     [Snapshot: 1083]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I believe in not sharing passwords with anyone unless you are really dying.
In the future, I am not gonna ask my husband for his passwords neither would I expect him to ask me for mine.
Some things just gotta be private. We all need our own space. Well, I need mine.

Posted on 06-08-12 12:50 PM     [Snapshot: 1251]     Reply [Subscribe]
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everyones view is valid on their own terms.



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