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55da0 No.421

>At parents' for Thanksgiving break
>Leave laptop alone for five minutes
>Mom jumps on to google something without asking
>Background tabs full of ボテ腹, 妊婦, 孕ませ
>I get it back before she discovers anything

Thank god my parents are EOPs.

45290 No.422

I would have been pissed if my parents ever grab my shit without my permission.

Good thing they respect my privacy and space.

f2858 No.423

Oh man, that was a close one. I know that feeling dude, I've had a few close calls myself lol

65b4e No.424

Always lock your computer.

4c915 No.425

Definitely shorten down the auto lock feature timer when around friends or family that don't know or understand.

85377 No.426

Or maybe Mom would have been like, "You think that's crazy? Let me tell you about what I was doing in college. You know how they said on South Park, 'There's a time and a place for everything and it's called college?' It's true. Did you know your mother has a police record? Here's why…"

Or maybe she wouldn't. I don't know your mom.

274b9 No.427

Parents and family members all have a faux-innocence that means they think they can get into your things and 'accidentally' root around on them. Back when I was a teenager in the 90s, my own mother would log onto my account on the desktop, knowing ICQ was set to automatically boot up and log in, to 'accidentally' open my messages and see what I was receiving.

So I stopped ICQ from automatically booting up and manually logging in. Because she "accidentally" did these things constantly.

As soon as I did that, she stopped "accidentally" invading my privacy on ICQ, or logging onto my account, for that matter.

It's amazing, isn't it, how things stop "accidentally" happening when the reward for doing them, the serendipitious and "unintentional" benefit for doing it, goes away. Absolutely amazing.


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