Password Trust (21)

Jan 30, 2018 5:49 AM CST Password Trust
TokyoRogue
TokyoRogueTokyoRoguePerth, Western Australia Australia3 Threads 320 Posts
Two questions.

When in a relationship I have no issues with my passwords to email accounts, forums etc being given to my significant other.

Do you feel a need to keep those to your self, or are you happy to share them?

Anyone on CS you'd trust with your passwords?
Jan 30, 2018 6:20 AM CST Password Trust
TokyoRogue
TokyoRogueTokyoRoguePerth, Western Australia Australia3 Threads 320 Posts
Taciturn bunch of secretive monkeys.
Jan 30, 2018 6:23 AM CST Password Trust
Deedee123x
Deedee123xDeedee123xLimerick, Ireland72 Threads 6,050 Posts
TokyoRogue: Two questions.

When in a relationship I have no issues with my passwords to email accounts, forums etc being given to my significant other.

Do you feel a need to keep those to your self, or are you happy to share them?

Anyone on CS you'd trust with your passwords?


Hey..

I never or want to have anything to hide from someone i love so i would give them my passwords.

As for CS...ur having a laugh arnt u!!

I hope ur not considering handing over a password to someone u have not met ..only as an e-friend.

I could tell u that yes im 100% trustworthy because i am...but i still would not take them from u as ive never met u....i just wouldnt as a rule give my trust to someone i have not met.
Jan 30, 2018 6:25 AM CST Password Trust
TokyoRogue: Two questions.

When in a relationship I have no issues with my passwords to email accounts, forums etc being given to my significant other.

Do you feel a need to keep those to your self, or are you happy to share them?

Anyone on CS you'd trust with your passwords?


It wouldn't be an issue with me, as I have nothing in either my private emails nor CS emails that couldn't be read by a partner

But I would neither expect him to automatically hand over his details, nor for him to expect me to do it.
There is such a thing as trust.
Jan 30, 2018 6:25 AM CST Password Trust
TokyoRogue
TokyoRogueTokyoRoguePerth, Western Australia Australia3 Threads 320 Posts
I can't be arsed replying.
Jan 30, 2018 6:33 AM CST Password Trust
Deedee123x
Deedee123xDeedee123xLimerick, Ireland72 Threads 6,050 Posts
TokyoRogue: I can't be arsed replying.


Nice!!
Jan 30, 2018 7:01 AM CST Password Trust
Geronimoliononline today!
Geronimoliononline today!GeronimolionSan Pedro Alcantara, Andalucia Spain82 Posts
No i don't, and i will never ask either.

Why would i? If i trust my partner, there is no reason for that, its about security also, when my device is open, she can search or look over my shoulder or whatever, nothing to hide. And if they look in your databases or whatever, you can see that also "history", lack of confidence?dunno
Jan 30, 2018 7:08 AM CST Password Trust
TokyoRogue
TokyoRogueTokyoRoguePerth, Western Australia Australia3 Threads 320 Posts
Sorry, Dee.

I have no issue, as I say. I think it these types of reveals reinforce relationships. Offering your partner access to your office mail, or you online forum correspondence says "I believe in you" , "what's mine is yours".....

You're either in or your out.! but of course this can only come after time.

Three months, two weeks five days and seven hours works for me.

I've just got the tattooed lady, the obnoxious Dutchman, and the persistent restaurant owner wanting to ply us with booze. Yeah my abstinence lasted a few days.
Jan 30, 2018 8:23 AM CST Password Trust
Maya74
Maya74Maya74Tokyo, Japan8 Threads 197 Posts
TokyoRogue: Two questions.

When in a relationship I have no issues with my passwords to email accounts, forums etc being given to my significant other.

Do you feel a need to keep those to your self, or are you happy to share them?

Anyone on CS you'd trust with your passwords?


I like to keep them to myself. I would never expect to be given passwords, etc., either. People should have some privacy and not feel 'monitored' by others (me included). smile

I had one boyfriend who gave me his passwords for everything - Facebook, e-mail, etc. He wasn't a trustworthy type - on the contrary. I'm still not sure whether it was an act - if he did this to make me believe he was trustworthy or simply he was in love and wanted to share everything. confused Anyway, he really wasn't the type to be trusted, so it meant nothing in the end.
Jan 30, 2018 8:25 AM CST Password Trust
Maya74: I like to keep them to myself. I would never expect to be given passwords, etc., either. People should have some privacy and not feel 'monitored' by others (me included).

I had one boyfriend who gave me his passwords for everything - Facebook, e-mail, etc. He wasn't a trustworthy type - on the contrary. I'm still not sure whether it was an act - if he did this to make me believe he was trustworthy or simply he was in love and wanted to share everything. Anyway, he really wasn't the type to be trusted, so it meant nothing in the end.


i would presume, if he were adamant about handing them over like that, that he had secret ones he wasn't revealing laugh
Jan 30, 2018 8:33 AM CST Password Trust
Maya74
Maya74Maya74Tokyo, Japan8 Threads 197 Posts
mollybaby: i would presume, if he were adamant about handing them over like that, that he had secret ones he wasn't revealing


He didn't actually. But, he made a lot of empty promises...

So, this 'passwords giving' means nothing to me... smile
Jan 30, 2018 8:37 AM CST Password Trust
I went through this whole scenario before, Nah, not mine, nah, dont need yours.
Jan 30, 2018 8:39 AM CST Password Trust
pat8lanips: I went through this whole scenario before, Nah, not mine, nah, dont need yours.


That sounds like a good deal to me

I can't see why anybody would even think of doing it. It wouldn't cross my mind to
Jan 30, 2018 8:41 AM CST Password Trust
ChesneyChristonline now!
ChesneyChristonline now!ChesneyChristManchester, Greater Manchester, England UK2,975 Posts
TokyoRogue: Two questions.

When in a relationship I have no issues with my passwords to email accounts, forums etc being given to my significant other.

Do you feel a need to keep those to your self, or are you happy to share them?

Anyone on CS you'd trust with your passwords?


If she asked me for my passwords I'd instantly suspect her of cheating or some other personal inadequacy. If for some reason she needed to know my passwords or came to know them by accident then I wouldn't change any of them. It's not what she knows, it's why she knows.
Jan 30, 2018 10:05 AM CST Password Trust
KremaP
KremaPKremaPAt home, Shumen Bulgaria5,283 Posts
Let's say I don't have a problem leaving my mail or any other account open on phone or shared computer...
But if I'm asked for my passwords I'll know there is something wrong with the relationship...
Jan 30, 2018 10:25 AM CST Password Trust
Deedee123x
Deedee123xDeedee123xLimerick, Ireland72 Threads 6,050 Posts
TokyoRogue: Sorry, Dee.

I have no issue, as I say. I think it these types of reveals reinforce relationships. Offering your partner access to your office mail, or you online forum correspondence says "I believe in you" , "what's mine is yours".....

You're either in or your out.! but of course this can only come after time.

Three months, two weeks five days and seven hours works for me.

I've just got the tattooed lady, the obnoxious Dutchman, and the persistent restaurant owner wanting to ply us with booze. Yeah my abstinence lasted a few days.


No worries Tokyo.

You enjoy ur tipple.
I think ive been inspired to have one or two myself tonight.

Cheers
Jan 31, 2018 12:35 AM CST Password Trust
Chambella
ChambellaChambellaBatemans Bay & Canberra (ACT), New South Wales Australia125 Posts
I don't see a reason why someone would want someone else password?

Yeah maybe phone password/pin.. even my (adult) son and my sister knows my phone pin number.. they have had to use my phone for whatever reason, no biggie, I don't mind..
Feb 13, 2018 10:29 AM CST Password Trust
TokyoRogue: Two questions.

When in a relationship I have no issues with my passwords to email accounts, forums etc being given to my significant other.

Do you feel a need to keep those to your self, or are you happy to share them?

Anyone on CS you'd trust with your passwords?


Why would my partner want my passwords? I wouldn't want theirs?
Feb 13, 2018 10:33 AM CST Password Trust
Ken_19
Ken_19Ken_19Winchester, Virginia USA82 Threads 34 Polls 1,563 Posts
Only someone looking for things major to go wrong in their life shares a password or a combination. It is one of the methods used by Darwin to thin the herd.
rolling on the floor laughing
Feb 13, 2018 10:37 AM CST Password Trust
TokyoRogue: Two questions.

When in a relationship I have no issues with my passwords to email accounts, forums etc being given to my significant other.

Do you feel a need to keep those to your self, or are you happy to share them?

Anyone on CS you'd trust with your passwords?


Some things r best kept private. It's only on a need to know basis.
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