AT&T won’t let your personal, private, nobody-but-you-should-ever-see-it password have obscene language in it.
Fuck. That.
That is so fucking stupid, I don’t even

AT&T won’t let your personal, private, nobody-but-you-should-ever-see-it password have obscene language in it.

Fuck. That.

That is so fucking stupid, I don’t even

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    Well… there go all of my passwords
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    Have we tried swearing in other languages?
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    If they’re like US Cellular, it’s because you can use it when you call into the call center.
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    Rude and/or crude passwords are apparently distressingly common. Like, cracked-in-ten-minutes-or-less kind of common....
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    Solution: Invent your own obsceneties and use them instead. Just don’t let them get into mainstream-language and the...
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    LOL
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