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Saturday, January 16, 2021

Saturday In House Gists - Phones With Passwords ......

  Do you have phone you enabled passwords? Why?

Does lover or spouse have the password to your phones(s)



Do you lave your phone lying around or you always have it in your pocket around the house?

Do you panic when your spouse takes your phone to ''play game'' (side eyes) or ''use it to make calls' *more side eyes*

Do you Snoop on your partner/spouse' phone when they are not looking?Some people check when the other person is in the bathroom...LOL


Lets gist!!

59 comments:

  1. So today is Sunday on stella's blog..
    Well my phone is my privacy...I lock it abeg..
    I no fit shout!

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    1. My husband and I have the same password on our phones, our debit cards have the same pin .
      I don't snoop, I ask before I check for anything on his phone and he does the same 🤷🏾‍♀️.

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    2. I have all face recognition, thump print and pattern. Hubby and children use pattern ro open it. Hubby's own i open with the password. No time for abeg.

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  2. Having a password doesn't necessarily mean you have something to hide. I password my phone for security reasons, and if future boo wants to go through my phone, why not. But he should also be ready to give his phone.

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  3. No password on my phone and YES I snoop on my man phone, he does not know that I know his password....

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    1. Until you see what will make you cry 🥴

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    2. Your phone is your phone, mine is mine. I'm not snooping. If my phone rings or I have a message give it to me and vice versa. I can't shout abeg.

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    3. Should you have garbage on your phone to make your spouse cry?

      Why the inconsiderate behaviour?

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  4. I password my phone cos some people, once they get hold of your phone they enter the un-enterables and some would just tap your phone or do some stuff you won't even know.

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  5. My phone is password enabled. I also use my face recognition security feature.


    I'm not a fan of the Fingerprint sensor because it's so easy for another person to unlock my phone when I'm sleeping.

    I lock my phone because there are certain confidential files that I wouldn't want to be seen by another person.

    My partner checks my phone sometimes, but never finds anything compromising cuz I don't cheat.

    I also check my partner's phone codedly, and it was through this snooping I found out that my partner was cheating on me, though I never confronted my partner about it.

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  6. I password my phone. Apparently some people don’t respect boundaries & privacy. I used to date a psycho guy that deleted all my male contacts on my phone. He left only my dads contact. Thank goodness the rshp ended with all my body parts intact.

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  7. Phone=lock
    My kids n hubby know my password.

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  8. I passworded my phone because I hate the idea of children picking up parents phone at will. However, my man knows the key to the phone.

    I can't stand the idea of Children pressing phone at all.

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    1. Am with you on this one.I hate d idea of letting kids play with mobile phones..not cool to me

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    2. Some parents don't understand that

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  9. I password my phone just because its become an habit, not for any reason in particular.
    I don't exactly have anything to hide from hubby on my phone.
    I belong to team snoop when there's a reason/need to. I haven't done so in a long time just because I have had no reason to, le hub's phone is also passwordless; free for all.

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  10. I password my phone but anyone close to me sure knows the password as well! Not that I'm hiding anything but to avoid people that collects your phone and start flipping to where they aren't supposed to!

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  11. My phone has its password so does my husband's own and we know each other's passwords.

    I don't panic when he plays farm heroes with it and I use his too. There is nothing to hide. I don't have time abeg.

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  12. There's password on my phone, and fingerprint recognition too. Le boo's phone is locked but we know each other password. And no, I don't Snoop, I like my peace

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    1. Fear men that don't password their phone. They are the players. They cheat and clean mouth

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  13. My phone has password because I receive official emails on it as well as other apps related to where I work. And no, I don't share my password for that reason.

    So before you get suspicious of a man just because he refuses to share his password, my reason may be his as well.

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    1. You can lock your mail and those apps. Its 2021. Wake up

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  14. No password, leave my phone in any corner of the house.

    I wouldn't mind if my partner wants to use my phone.

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  15. Plus I don't have the time and energy for snooping abeg. Am I Snoop Dogg?

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  16. Plus I don't have the time and energy for snooping abeg. Am I Snoop Dogg?

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  17. I was team snoop but when I discovered on like 3 occasions that he cheats. I stopped cos I was almost having a mental breakdown. My mum spoke with me and advised me not to to ever touch his phone for the sake of my sanity because no one deserves talking my peace away. I never Passworded my phone. I was so honest and open. Told him when I got transactions, the profit, got raise. Advised on the property to invest. However when I got a grip of myself and my emotions I knew it was time to draw the line. I stopped being transparent. Started locking my phone, stopped any joint investment. Funny enough I feel so light and don’t care anymore what he chooses to do with himself. I have a good legal practice and 3 kids to live for. I’m not bothered about if his phone is locked or open. I don’t care anymore. I intend to spoil myself , I just bought an apartment in the U.S. that’s the way to go. He may choose to even date a dog. I just don’t care.

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    1. Mwaah,@anon 15:12 I admire your strength

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    2. @Anonymous 15:12, if only you could call your partner and trash out your grievance, you are acting strong woman, isn’t it funny when one’s spouse is cheating and the other half act I don’t care, yet sad inside, relationship of nowadays

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    3. Anon 17:31 ur head has oil. Pretend not to care and be acting all sorts to prove it but very sad inside.

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    4. It is dangerous if you sleep with him.Stds and Hiv/Aids.This is no more a marriage.

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    5. If you didn't snoop you would still be making joint investments and other sacrifices only to be disappointed one day. Now you know, you can make better decisions and keep safe.

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  18. See good comments, husband has password he hits, I put a password on mine too. He is sneaky, so he might know mine. I haven't being able to decode his latest password.

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  19. One my mumu agatu boyfriend then, when I thought we were getting somewhere, I decided to let him have the password to my big phone. The smaller one didnt have a password. I wasnt even using it to chat or do any social media stuff. It was just there, but this my mumu boyfriend left the big phone to start chasing the smaller one. Guy, wetin happen na? He told me that's the one he is interested in, he wants to check it inside out. Yeye dey smell. We ended up fighting over the matter that day. I refused to allow him see that phone even as there was nothing there.

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  20. My phone is a part of my privacy so it's got to be on lock. We both know each other's passwords shaa.

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  21. Hubby's phone is not passworded and have never checked his phone because I'm currently pregnant, my mental health comes first with the baby before I will see things that will gv me bp
    Mine is passworded, also with finger print to unlock, I can be sleeping and he wl ask to use my phone, with sleepy eyes I hand it over after unlocking with my finger and drift back to lala land, v nothing to hide.

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    1. Snooping is definitely not for the faint of heart.

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  22. My husband and I both have password on our phones. But we have access to the phones. I know his password and he knows mine. I even have my finger registered to unlock his phone. We tried to register his face on my phone but apparently iphone only accepts one phone.

    Password is not necessarily because of ur spouse but more because of outsiders

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  23. My husband, a very funny man. Whenever he buys a new phone for himself, he must get me the same type. Initially I thought love was blinding him and I asked him one day. His response: I dont want to hear baby, can I use your phone? Whatever is in my phone is also in yours. Shame catch me oo. Lol. Could he be cheating? I dont know and honestly, I dont care. He treats me and our kids well and to the glory of God, our future is secure.

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  24. So my youngest sis ( 13 years old) actually has a password abi pattern to her phone. The pattern is so hard to guess though she has thought me many times on how to draw the pattern, and she’ll tell you “feel free to watch pictures, but dont near my WhatsApp and Facebook chat “
    Then one day, while she stepped aside, I sharpaly grabbed her phone, tried her pattern multiple times, no way! Damn! I really needed to crosscheck her Facebook and WhatsApp chat, to know who she’s chatting and what she’s been up to. I just kept her phone disappointed.
    Just for this girl to return, grabbed her phone and then asked me if I touched her phone and tried to unlock it, haba, I denied! Just for this girl to show me her phone, her security camera actually captured my face while i was trying to invade her “privacy”. Children of Nawa days sha😌

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  25. I and hubby put pass word on our phones but we know each other's code.

    He plays the games on my phone and vice versa.

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  26. My husband can open my phone with his finger print cos I enabled it, using password cos of the fingerprint sensor, my husband uses a small phone and he dares not enable password cos he will eventually forget it, I literally remind him of his email and Facebook password cos he always forgets dem

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  27. My husband password his phone and has refused to let me know the password, the few times I have been able to check the phone, he and one kafy calls themselves sweetheart and darling. One time, he slapped me for touching his phone.

    In the last 6 years ,i have been able to access his phone thrice and all the time I found evidences of him cheating, talking raw with like 2 girls, so I already know he is cheating. I am no longer interested in checking the phone cos I already knows what's there. Gradually with the loss of trust love has completely died in the marriage. If my plans click, I am walking.

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  28. I have a password but I've got nothing to hide

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  29. As a man, I do password my phone but my wife dare not to password her phone.

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    1. You sound controlling. You have issues. I am telling you as a man.

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    2. Man indded!.clap for yaself.iberibe!.

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    3. Tufiakwa gi. May my sister or daughters never meet a man like you.

      If they call men now you will come out abi?

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  30. Before now,I hated having to lock my phone as i just love to pick up my phone and start using it immediately instead of having to enter password or fingerprint. What made me change my stance,my supposed friend where I was working before used to pick up my phone when I'm not busy or something to go through my messages and chats. It was a completely different person where she lives that called me to tell me to learn to lock my phone.

    On further questioning,the guy told me things that I had not told a soul which saw on my phone and used it to discuss with him and her sisters.

    I never confronted her but just quietly passworded the phone as I didn't want to expose the guy.

    So yes,locking my phone is for silly people like that

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  31. It’s called privacy.All these same account,same phone password,same color,same bla bla bla gets boring with time.One of the strengths of any union is its diversity.Allow your partners to live their lifes.

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