Post # 47
I know most of his (because he uses the same one for several places). He gave it to me because we share a bank account but mentioned that he uses that one for most things. I’ve only ever used it a couple times, though, besides for the bank stuff.
Post # 48
We know each other’s passwords to everything.
We don’t “check up” on each other, but it helps a lot of times. Such as when I call from the store and tell Fiance to get in my email and tell me what the ingredients were in the recipe my mom emailed me. Or when he’s not available and I need to double-check what day an event on his side of the family that we were invited to is on. Or on Facebook when I want to entered sweepstakes he lets me sign up under his profile as well as mine. Etc.
We have nothing to hide from each other.
Post # 49
We know all of each other’s passwords, I think because we both generally use the same format (initials and our date) for pretty much all of our passwords. I think the only one he doesn’t know is all of my school information. It works for us though because neither of us really care if the other sees things, I know realistically it may be better to have some more privacy but as of now, that’s how we do things!
Post # 50
We know each others passwords to everything I think. I don’t have access to my personal email at work so DH has to log in often, especially when I was job hunting. And certain things are linked to his email that I need access to like our netflix and seamlessweb. We only have 1 home computer so we’re constantly logging each other in and out of FB so we avoid posting as each other by accident (which still happens anyway).
Post # 51
We share most of our passwords, it’s just easier that way incase I need him to log into something for me. We don’t share our banking passwords though, we have nothing to hide, but we aren’t engaged yet so we prefer to keep those passwords to ourselves. It’s kind of weird because we know each others PINs (although most of the time I forget his and vice versa haha).
Post # 52
The only time we’ve shared passwords is when his laptop fried itself and he had no computer, so I gave him the password to my laptop. Also, once he got a text while on the can and wanted me to type the reply so he gave me his phone password. I’ve since totally forgotten it.
It just hasn’t been necessary for us, and I have no desire to have access to all his personal accounts.