• That look away feeling when someone
putting in a password
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    • Even if I know the password I feel like I should look away
      Squares 13 aug
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    • It ain’t just me
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    • It calls respecting people privacy, and it's the right thing to do.
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    • he’s just being respectful, i don’t type my phone password in unless everyone looking away, it’s not that i don’t have anything to hide, it’s just if someone had full access to my phone they could do a lot of damage, like apple pay, you can pay with your passcode, they could ruin your relationships.
      Reticent 13 aug
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    • It’s common courtesy retard. Even I, a door with a face, knows that
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    • When you deadass out here respecting privacy
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    • is it not just courtesy???
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    • Its respectful
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    • I like to mind my own business
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    • it's a respect thing, i do it even if i know their passwords.
      courtle 13 aug
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    • I have a friend who doesn't look away and thinks it's a joke to know ur bank pin
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    • I could look right at the password you could tell it to me and make me put it in and I'd still fuckin forget it
      Hoser4432 14 aug
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    • Respectfullness
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    • Ya it's called having respect for others privacy and safety. Even tho its probably ur friend or family, its respectful to not be peeking. Plus it makes the other person feel more secure usually to know other people dont have their passwords or PINs
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    • It’s polite
      cyborg26 13 aug
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    • It's respectful
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    • Gotta show respect for privacy
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    • Bro, people doing that are being polite. I work for the Registrar and student services at my university, and all the staff are told to do it, even though we have access to literally all the student's information, including their social. It's just a courtesy thing.
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    • I always look away because it’s the polite thing to do, even though I’d probably forget it in a second
      Spoooon 17 aug
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    • As someone who's been a cashier, and at money service stations, this is a habit that will save you from shitty customers trying to bs that you are remembering their pins/passcodes.
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    • The I’m gonna mind my own ass business look away only the real ones know
      Outlaw556 14 aug
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    • It is common courtesy
      Fask121 13 aug
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    • It’s respect. I do it on impulse lmao
      johnnyR14 13 aug
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    • Ain’t that just respecting people’s privacy?
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    • I like this culture because if you ARE looking at a stranger's password, you're guilty.
      mobaxterm 14 aug
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    • Anyone with an ounce of integrity will do this
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    • I work as a cashier and we have computer issues constantly, to the point I'm crawling over the machine to make sure their side is working properly. Once they reach pin input I stand back to normal and act as if nothing happened
      Kenith99 13 aug
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    • Respect apparently is frowned upon now. Lit
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    • It's just a courtesy thing
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    • It’s about respect
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    • My friend is a life guard in my neighborhood pool; they’re supposed to lock the gate and put the key into another lock, so he was doing it, he saw me look away, so he shouted the password out, making this gesture futile
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    • Minding your business 101
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    • Some of us were raised right
      Iceheart 15 aug
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    • That’s just respect.
      LadyDrox 14 aug
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    • Common courtesy
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    • We respect your privacy ✊🏾
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    • That’s full out respect if you do it right. It’s full out dickwad if you don’t.
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    • And then there’s those noons that fuckin zoom in when you type passwords and messages and shit
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    • I’m just tryna respect their privacy man, y u throwing me out there like that.
      ideaart 13 aug
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    • Then you have those dicks that watch over your shoulder and repeat your password to you.
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    • I do the same shit
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    • I got that respect bro I need you to know I ain't gonna do u dirty
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    • RESPEK
      Notyz 13 aug
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    • I know people who just fucking stare while you're putting it in like brain dead fucks
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    • That way you know you're being something called polite...
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    • It’s called respect for privacy. If you do this, be proud! You were raised well
      BenK95 13 aug
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    • I do this out of respect of others privacy
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    • Funny til the end
      bagelbee 17 aug
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    • Black people humor is atleast better than Boomer humor, am I right my dudes
      coldmanfx 16 aug
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    • That’s just bro code
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    • What the fuck was that ending
      DJBubblz 14 aug
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    • It's called being polite
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    • My friend does the opposite and does his best to learn it
      Salisgay 14 aug
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    • It's just polite to be obvious about not invading privacy
      Ekuland 13 aug
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    • If you work in customer service, you either look away or get yelled at by karen
      TrecNine 13 aug
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    • Its just respectful
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    • As a cashier I do this constantly.
      8adluck 13 aug
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    • I’ve been trained from a kid having to look away as an older sibling types it in on the computer so we could play purple place or minesweeper
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    • It’s respect
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    • It's called respect
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    • Just a nice way of showing that you’re not trying to see their private info.
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    • That’s being courteous though
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    • Gotta show respect
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    • If you don’t do this you’re not legally allowed to be called a homie
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    • Its being polite
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    • It’s a sign of respect imo
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    • I love it when people do this. I feel respected.
      Nidonemo 14 aug
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    • its the ultime polite gesture in todays society
      igothere 14 aug
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    • It’s considerate
      AxePuanch 14 aug
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    • I feel like looking away shows respect for there privacy
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    • It was all good till the end of the vid
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    • I'm sorry for being polite
      Leo777654 13 aug
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    • Yea. My mind catches codes quick. Not that I'll use it but I still feel like I shouldn't know.
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    • Me: I analyzed your password I will not forget
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    • Wtf, i only very recently realized i did this now there's a post
      Tobi987 13 aug
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    • Relatable but this is cringe
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    • It’s a respect thing and shows you don’t have the urge to know their private info
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    • It's respectful courtesy, I do this all the time too! It's just kind because it's not your information. Lol
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    • Respect...what a crazy concept?
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    • This proves that we all follow one master brain
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    • Called minding my own mf business
      Panther73 13 aug
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    • Oh you mean respect
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    • Shit i know my best friends debit card pin/phone/SS/etc. but not his birthday
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    • Or if your my dad and you intentionally look at the password
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    • Funny cuz i do that whether they tell me to look away or not
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    • I dont try to look or make an effort to look away... because I dont give a shit about your password, I'm not gonna remember it anyway...
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    • I do this
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    • Its called respect of privacy
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    • I'm glad people do that I encourage this behavior
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    • You gotta pretend there's something important to look at and make it look real
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    • *friend code* Never sneak a peek your homie's password. Let it be given to you. "Loyalty is best, bitch."
      Skuttz 14 aug
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    • Ruined the vid at the end
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    • bitches straight up do not care and will stare u down and remember that shit for years
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    • I do this out of pure respect.
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    • Real friends do this
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    • It’s not to not see the password it’s to show that you aren’t seeing the password, this shit is real af
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    • I'm a cashier, do this all the damn time, even if I can't see the pin pad
      GrimmAI 13 aug
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    • I had one lady that was a cashier like staring at me putting my pin in. I just waited and stared for a sec until she realized what she was doing and backed up. She had just spaced out though haha
      Bunnysan 13 aug
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    • Ruined it at the end. Almost unliked
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    • I feel obligated to respect their privacy. I'm happy to learn it's not just me
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