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Would You Give Your B0yfriend/girlfriend Your Facebook Password?

.if your boyfriend/girlfriend asked for your facebook password, would you give it to him/her?

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There is a huge difference! A boyfriend i am getting to know day by day and there is no life commitment made. Either of you can walk away and what if you and bf break up?? A husband is someone i am committed to for the rest of my life and would have no secrets.So i would not have a problem. Hope that explains it.

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@topic

Is it realy necessary?

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A husband, absolutely! I'd have no secrets from my husband and marriage is for sharing, but a boyfriend, absolutely NOT!

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No, i think everyone should have some degree of privacy.

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please give me your facebook password

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what do pple even do on FB that makes it so secretive.If anyone wants my FB password I will give the person because my post there are for a lot of people's consumption

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plus guys that ask for password are usually very possessive and actually dangerous to be in a relationship with, cos they have the tendency of hitting you

am talking from studies

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hmm hmm

not nice !!

was forming lovina with my ex

and gave him my FB password

he used to ignore my friend requests from guys

na so so girls i just dey get

used to go thru my inbox,

would copy and paste anything thats looks fishy

and make a fuss over it

really used to piss me off

even after we broke up the freak was still checking

nobody taught me to change the password

to my great grandma's name

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If u have nothing to hide y not just give it!

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lol@ scooby

trust me when am jobless,ill just pop up and see whats happening

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no

ONLY AN INSECURE EGOMANIAC WILL ASK YOU FOR UR PASSWORD

THATS A REASON TO DUMP THE POSSESSIVE MODAFUKA

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lol

I had my EX's password,his change it now tho.

smart fool.lol

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