Post # 75
We don’t exactly share passwords for things, we have two computers and leave everything logged in all the time. So it’s all out in the open without a need for passwords. We don’t check each other’s stuff though, on purpose anyways. I’ll read a message on his fb account thinking I’m logged into mine, and vice versa. It always ends up in a funny little wtf moment.
I have checked his cell phone, once. I felt guilty immediately afterwards and told Fiance what I did. I didn’t find anything bad but I still felt I should tell him. As far as my knowledge goes, he has never looked through mine. There’s nothing interesting there anyways- I only text him and my parents.
Post # 76
I usually only snoop when he knows I am. Cuz I’m not actually expecting to find anything, I just like snooping for the heck of it. He does the same.
Post # 77
We share passwords, PIN numbers, etc. On occasion we’ll check each other’s phones and emails. We have seperate bank accounts but share credit accounts. We’re getting married so we think we need to trust each other- not that we check each other’s history on our laptops or anything. I also know 90% of his time online is either reading a techie blog and playing flash games on kongregate.
Post # 78
We don’t share any passwords, phone codes, or anything like that. Fiance has no problem giving me the id/pswd to check on a bill or something like that. If my phone is unlocked, I don’t really care if he goes through it, but since I use my phone for business, it has to be locked when not in use so he usually can’t get into it. Once we are married and our finances are combined, we plan to create a joint e-mail account where all of our joint bills, account information, etc. will go. He’s never asked for my information and I’ve never asked for his.