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Luggage combinations and your "significant other"...
Lonnehart at 9:27PM, June 6, 2011
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Suppose your friend was getting ready for his vacation, and he gives you the password to the security system of his house… “1, 2, 3, 4, 5”. You instantly comment that only an idiot would have a combination like that on his luggage. Your “significant other” (wife, girlfriend, etc…) shows up and asks you what the combination was. The moment you tell your “significant other” what your friend told you he/she reacts by saying “That's amazing! I have that same combination on my luggage!”

How do you react? :)

*heh… been watching Spaceballs a bit too much lately…*
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BffSatan at 10:03PM, June 6, 2011
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Divorce/break up with/de-significate her immediately.
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bravo1102 at 1:08AM, June 7, 2011
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Change all the combinations.

Then get the TSA approved key locks and keep all the keys in my pocket because I trust myself not to lose them but no one else. The Army used to trust me with keys all the time. But don't trust anyone else. Incredible how grown adults with all kinds of responsiblities become like those little kittens when it comes to mittens and keys.

None of those combination locks on luggage will last thirty seconds with a screwdriver. Security and Customs break them every day for inspections. So get the TSA approved key locks.

My brother inspects luggage for the TSA.
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ozoneocean at 2:50AM, June 7, 2011
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BffSatan
Divorce/break up with/de-significate her immediately.
I like this ^_^

Honestly, I'd just leave it. If that's what she'd like on her stuff, she can have it, no argument, not a murmur. …I'll just keep the plane tickets with me if that's ok.
…or get one o' them newfangled locks Bravo talks about for extra security…


If someone really cared though, they'd just slice through the bag with a knife or even scissors. So best to keep really important stuff on you and trust the rest to insurance and good fortune.
 
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Abt_Nihil at 3:08AM, June 7, 2011
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I'd ask her how she got the idea that that was a secure combination. And that would probably be the start of an argument :D
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HippieVan at 6:59AM, June 7, 2011
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Well I'm not very good at keeping quiet about things, so I'd probably say something like “Seriously? Are you retarded?”
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blindsk at 1:11PM, June 7, 2011
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I have to say I'm in the camp that would try to lose that girlfriend in a heartbeat. Why would that be too harsh? Stupidity can be like a stab in the heart to the dignity of your relationship. ;)
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Lonnehart at 10:03PM, June 7, 2011
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You know… if your “significant other” has 12345 as a combination on their luggage, what about other secure parts of your own life? Such as your own home security system deactivation key? :)
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ozoneocean at 10:37PM, June 7, 2011
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I have to say I'm in the camp that would try to lose that girlfriend in a heartbeat. Why would that be too harsh? Stupidity can be like a stab in the heart to the dignity of your relationship. ;)
What's wrong with the good old fashioned tried and true tradition of just storing it away for later so it can resurface as part of a passive aggressive attack some time down the line?

Lonnehart
Such as your own home security system deactivation key? :)
It's ok, the laser beams are only set to tickle and my shark defence pools are full of goldfish.
 
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bravo1102 at 2:54AM, June 8, 2011
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Lonnehart
You know… if your “significant other” has 12345 as a combination on their luggage, what about other secure parts of your own life? Such as your own home security system deactivation key? :)

The criminals in my neighborhood would never think that anyone was stupid enough to have such an obvious combination.

Besides you have to press the # key within five seconds or be incinerated by the flamethrower. They always forget the # key.
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blindsk at 11:22AM, June 8, 2011
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ozoneocean
What's wrong with the good old fashioned tried and true tradition of just storing it away for later so it can resurface as part of a passive aggressive attack some time down the line?

Hmm, this is true. And the aftermath of the explosion of rage that eventually will come will result in the women's friend consoling her eventually leading to hawt threesome action to makeup for everything. I saw it in a Hallmark movie once so it must be true.
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