This morning Giz asked who do you trust with your passwords? Had to giggle at bri_cheese's response: "I’ll happily tell my passwords to close people...though it did get me in trouble at one point. Our work has a policy of password resets every 2 months, and this irritated me, so my logins are typically NSFW. Had to tell mum my laptop password was m—–f—– so she could check her email. Oops."
Dear Mum, My Laptop Password Is M—– F —–
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