(Closed) Locks

posted 5 years ago in Technology
  • poll: Can I ask
    Yes : (81 votes)
    84 %
    No (Why not?) : (11 votes)
    11 %
    Other (please comment) : (4 votes)
    4 %
  • Post # 3
    3170 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: October 2012

    Of course you can ask, you are his wife.

    Post # 4
    5958 posts
    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: April 2018

    @MrsPaperFlowers:  …yeah you can ask, but would you remember and do you honestly care?

    Post # 5
    16213 posts
    Honey Beekeeper

    Have you asked him why he’s locking it? (Or is that it’s “cool” and “neat” his answer?) I think it’s fine to ask for it — more to see how he responds than asking because you plan to or need to use the code.

    Post # 8
    16213 posts
    Honey Beekeeper

    @MrsPaperFlowers:  So weird. I guess the most important thing here is that you don’t think you really have any reason to be concerned. And if that’s the case, he should be willing to give you the code if you ask for it.

    Post # 9
    1458 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: January 2015

    My Fiance and I joke around when we enter in our passowrds when the other person asks, like “It’s okay! I won’t read all the texts and emails from your other GF/BF!” but if ever I asked he would give it to me. If he didn’t give it to me, I would ask him directly what is he protecting or locking away from me. There is literally no reason to have a new password on a phone (and not tell your SO what it is) unless there is something that needs to be hidden.

    In my opinion, unless it’s something like he’s planning some giganitc surprise vacation or gift, there is no reason to purposefully lock your SO out of a phone or computer.

    Post # 11
    496 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: November 1999

    Some people like to lock their phones. My brother suggested I lock mine the other day. If it’s stolen or lost, your info can’t be accessed. 

    You can ask him, like PP said, do you really care? 

    ETA: If you have doubts about him cheating, then ask. But if you trust him, I don’t see why it matters.

    Post # 14
    1018 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: August 2014

    @MrsPaperFlowers:  I voted that yes, you can ask, but I think if you trust him, then you trust him, and you don’t need it.

    Post # 15
    3773 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: December 1999

    This whole thread is one big “huh” to me. I don’t get what is “cool’ or “neat” about a locked phone, I am pretty sure they have all locked for many years, so I don’t get what would be so intertaining about it.

    My Darling Husband and I use each others phones if they other is driving or our own is dead, so I can’t picture him locking it and not telling me the code. Or if I really felt the need to ask, I can’t picture him refusing to tell me.

    Post # 16
    16213 posts
    Honey Beekeeper

    @ieatunicorns:  This whole thread is on big “huh” to me. I don’t get what is “cool’ or “neat” about a locked phone, I am pretty sure they have all locked for many years, so I don’t get what would be so entertaining about it.


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