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TheMadScientist July 2nd, 2013 6:00am

Which comes first in a Relationship? Unprotected sex or sharing important passwords?

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Nizabelle Cambridge, MA
07/02/13 11:11 am

I don't sure passwords, nor do I ask to be given passwords. I tend to actually trust the guys I date.

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CarrieMarie Mad Science Crew
07/02/13 2:02 pm

What if you need to access something for him, or he access something for you? Are you comfortable giving/receiving the password, or more comfortable with the aspect of unprotected sex with him?

Rocker saved by grace
07/02/13 8:01 am

Do you mean what should come first in relationships or what does? I would say the secrets. Love waits, lust doesn't.

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jpater Au2O3
07/02/13 7:30 am

Even I don't know all my own passwords... But, that's another problem :0

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PAK the Armpit of Florida
07/02/13 5:10 am

I've been married for 11 years (together 14) and we still don't know ALL of each others passwords!

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Mooo42Q Thats Nucking Futs
07/02/13 4:59 am

Unprotected sex!
I revoked my hubbys password privileges after he knew them for a month. He was reading my emails before i did.

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Mooo42Q Thats Nucking Futs
07/02/13 5:02 am

He can get into my email from my phone, which i'll happily hand off to him, but he's still being punished for being an overbearing ass•

XercesBlue ...
07/02/13 12:42 pm

I don't know if I would be able to handle that as well

Mooo42Q Thats Nucking Futs
07/02/13 3:19 pm

Thats one of the only mistakes he's made in 7 years, so he's easily forgiven. If jealousy is his only fault, i'll take it! ;)
& that was in the beginning of the relationship. He's gotten over the trust thing. Stuck with me now

Nukimo NC Dreaming of Far Away
07/02/13 12:52 am

Here's a password. Now, put this on! Frivolous (not top secret) passwords don't normally kill. Especially the H.S. College crowds. On the other hand, add time, experience & maturity & being in a committed long term relationship...has it benefits.

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Jeninerd Hoth, AK
07/02/13 12:01 am

My fiancé doesn't even know my passwords.

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satiricalnick meh
07/01/13 11:52 pm

The more people know, the less of a password it becomes.

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peacefullife Land of Moss
07/01/13 11:22 pm

I know his, but only because HE doesn't! Bareback definitely before password sharing!!! (Married... 7+ yrs)

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comppete Las Vegas
07/01/13 11:10 pm

I share everything with my Wife. We didn't have passwords when we started dating.

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Nukimo NC Dreaming of Far Away
07/02/13 3:41 am

My wife & I also share everything. The only passwords needed when we met were answers to, "Halt! Who goes there?" If something happens to one of us, the other can take care of everything. If we had things to hide, we wouldn't be married 33yrs!

RJ1969 SoCal
07/01/13 11:05 pm

Both, if that's your kind of thing.

Oh, wait....passwords. I thought you said safe words. My bad.

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PeppyHare Do a barrel roll
07/02/13 5:44 am

Forgetting the safe word would be much worse than forgetting a password lol

Jungle in the dog house
07/02/13 9:56 pm

Right, and we've been married 28 years.

Jungle in the dog house
07/01/13 11:04 pm

I don't share passwords with anyone, ever. Not even my wife.

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Nukimo NC Dreaming of Far Away
07/02/13 9:27 pm

Wow! I just read ur comment aloud & My wife just said, "if he doesn't trust his wife any more than that, good chance he's gonna end up a divorced, lonely guy some day."
But hey, at least you'll still have your passwords, right?

Jungle in the dog house
07/02/13 9:59 pm

Oops, posted in wrong place.

Right, and we've been married 28 years. We don't read each others mail, I never go into her purse and she never goes in my wallet.

Nukimo NC Dreaming of Far Away
07/03/13 2:40 am

Whoa ;-) we don't either( read email,check wallets)but can if needed. Not you, ok. My wife's kwik witticism was that you seem to not trust yours to know your passwords. We LOLed. We guard all Our passwords.."just in case. Keyword: We. Not you? OK :)

bMyComrade Stumptown
07/01/13 11:04 pm

Definitely not sharing passwords, that's for certain.

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Kris Humidity Central
07/01/13 11:03 pm

People share important passwords?!?

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ClarityRose Now taking suggestions
07/01/13 11:42 pm

Sure. I have my mom's banking password. That way if anything happens, I have access. I expect I'll do the same thing when I marry.

TheMadScientist the mad laboratory
07/02/13 3:31 am

Sure we do. We also have living wills, powers of attorney and other such devices. If my sister ever wanted all my stuff, all she'd have to do is poison me into a coma, change my legal documents, unplug me, and take the loot.