By Anonymous - 08/09/2013 05:42 - United States - Calera

Today, when my husband asked me what the password to my new computer is, I told him it was the month and year of our marriage. He couldn't figure out the password. FML
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raytyler26 16

February 31st.

Shame on him! Try more simple passwords like the time and place you shared your first kiss, the colour of the dress you wore on your first date, the main actor in the first movie you wathced together. Or just use his birthday. He should remember that. FYL OP

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That's unfortunate, I hope he figured out eventually :/

Why does this comment have so many thumbs down? It was just a genuine thought. I mean, iiiii voted it down because he used a comma instead of a semicolon and for some reason that's the grammatical error that kills me, but most people don't seem to notice that. Huh.

The comma is appropriate to be honest, because the rules are all very vague. People can use both.

I guess people are pissed that I didn't use a semi-colon

#11 - Yes; you are, without doubt, the worst. ;P

raytyler26 16

February 31st.

friedpwnadge 25

He's in for a less frisky time in bed, I take it.

Sorry ahout that OP, but hey, at least he didn't forget your anniversary! Oh wait....

He just obviously won't be using the computer any time soon. Seems like sweet karma to me.

Us guys don't have room to store information like that! We gotta save room for more important things like video games and sports.

I'm sure its not difficult to remember when you got married. If you can remember when a certain person scored a goal in a certain match 10 years ago I'm sure you can remember one of the biggest days in your life. There is no excuse.

Zack6849 8

I think the reason it's a FML is because it would seem the day didn't mean as much to OP's husband

Don't you mean OPs husband?

Little4Bear 10

You sir, are an idiot.

Neyuu 18

It's almost like you didn't expect him to forget. He's a guy. Don't set him up like that. I bet you ask him if your dress makes you look fat, too.

Zack6849 8

Quit encouraging the silly 'lol guys r dumb' stereotype

Having a penis = not capable to remember important (romantic) events. Djee, I almost forgot how lovely sexism is.

This year, not only did my mom forget her anniversary whilst my dad remembered, she also forgot his birthday which was two days after the event. It's not always the guys.

I'm a chick and I forget my anniversary all the time...it's really not that a big a deal to everyone and I think some people are just way to sensitive about it. I mean, you got married, right? So why do you have to celebrate the fact that you've survived yet another year together? Isn't that expected in a marriage? This is my own opinion, and I realize I'm going to come under fire for it, but just thought it may help explain a possible thought process on the husband's behalf.

If it's not important enough for him to remember the date, it's not important enough for him to know the password.

150493x 29

Sometimes the mind goes completely blank when trying to remember something. It happens to me sometimes with my bank PIN number. Maybe the same has happened to your husband! These things happen.

thatonegirlnic 10

And that surprised you why..?

'Cause some guys actually remember their anniversary...

Because their wedding day was the biggest day of their lives as a couple (I'm assuming) and it's bad enough he forgot the month. Forgetting the year is a bit much.

Shame on him! Try more simple passwords like the time and place you shared your first kiss, the colour of the dress you wore on your first date, the main actor in the first movie you wathced together. Or just use his birthday. He should remember that. FYL OP

Hell, even I don't remember what I wore on my first date. A favorite TV show or drink would be easier. His birthday is a good idea though.

Zack6849 8

The bandwagon of people saying it isn't his fault because he's a guy is irritating, I don't think gender determines how good you are at remembering things.

Wowxoxo 17

There is a layman's article on ehow in which you can indeed see that boys and girls have different memory capacities. Both sexes may remember an event, but girls remember more emotional instances (feelings) and guys more event related. Apparently women also excel at episodic memory. You could also check out google scholar for scientific articles that aren't swallowed and regurgitated.