100 People Tell Us Their Password | Keep it 100 | Cut

– [Interviewer] What’s your password? – To? – To your bank account. – No.
– No. – No.
– Fuck, no. – Nah, I ain’t givin’ you shit. – Nah, (laughs) actually. (dramatic orchestra music) – [Interviewer] What’s your password – What’s my what? – [Interviewer] Password – My password? – I’m not gonna tell you my password! – [Interviewer] Why not? – Why are you asking this? (laughs) – My password? – [Interviewer] Yeah! (woman spluttering) – I feel like this is
really sketchy! (laughs) – One of my passwords
for something is pass– – Pass–
– Password – Password. – One, two, three. – One, two, three, four, five. – The password to my body? Or what’s the password to, like, my phone? – [Interviewer] I was
thinking to you phone. – My phone password is– – Eight, zero, zero, eight. (laughs) – 69, 69, 69. – Three, three, three,
three, three, three, three. – It’s all threes. – [Interviewer] Mine too. – Oh, eight, oh, two. It’s my grandpa’s birthday. – It’s my dad’s name, who passed away. – [Interviewer] What’s your password? – My password! – To what? – [Interviewer] Bank account? – Kiss my ass, now! That’s a zero in there, in the word now. – I just do different versions of my Chinese nickname
and then birth year. – Birthday.
– Birthday. – [Interviewer] What’s your password? – It’s somethin’. – A buncha numbers. – It’s a lot of letters. – [Interviewer] (laughing)
What’s one of the letters? – Starts with an S and there’s a Q in there somewhere. – There’s a five somewhere. – [Interviewer] What’s your password? – I’m not tellin’ nobody that! – [Interviewer] Why not? – My password is the same for everything. – So, if I told you one password, you’d be able to unlock my life. – [Interviewer] What’s your password? – Why would I tell you? – [Interviewer] Why not? – Because this is the internet. (woman giggles) – [Interviewer] What’s your password? – My password? – My password! – Ooh. – Ooh. – One, two, three, four, fuck off. – It has to do with
the Pillsbury Doughboy. (man laughs) – It has to do something with Zelda. – It always includes my dog’s name. – [Interviewer] What’s your dog’s name? – Java. – [Interviewer] Why are
you telling me this? – ‘Cause, he’s so special! – [Interviewer] What’s your password? – Should I say that? – [Interviewer] Probably not. – 4-H-6-8-I-C-V-K – Valentine, pizza, 11, asterisk. – Loser, two, two, one. – Midnight, swan, double zeros. – Ravenclaw, with the E as a three. – Totoro for life. – Honey bun 88. – Soup 28. – I like honey buns. – I love the outdoors,
50, exclamation point. – It’s hoops 24/7. – [Interviewer] What accounts
do you use that with? – Most of ’em. (laughs) – Are the Russians
gonna come get my phone? I don’t have that much intel. – What are you going to do, look at my student loan debt? (laughs) – The government reads my
fuckin’ emails anyways. – [Interviewer] Do you think
you protect yourself enough? – No, on my desk at work
I have a post-it note that says my password to everything. – [Interviewer] Why don’t you try harder? – ‘Cause then I’m just
gonna forget a password. – [Interviewer] Have you
ever had you identity stolen? – Probably. – Yes.
– No, I haven’t. Actually, I recently did. – I probably will as a
result of this video. – I’ve had someone steal
my credit card information. – They like, bought a
buncha stuff at Footlocker. – She ran it up at the sex store. – One person used $68 at a McDonald’s. – I was gettin’ food
charges, alcohol charges, they mighta bought a
prostitute, I don’t know. – I have been a victim of identity fraud. – Hi, to all the other me’s out there. – [Interviewer] What’s your password? – I’m not not giving you my password. What, do you want me to give you my social security number, too? How ’bout my credit card
number, let’s do that. – [Interviewer] Last four
digits of your social. – Um, there’s no way. – (laughing) I can’t say my password. – [Interviewer] Why not? – Secret.
– Shh. – I don’t have a password. – [Interviewer] How ’bout
your mother’s maiden name? – No. – [Interviewer] What was
the name of your first pet? – No. – [Interviewer] What’s the
make of your first car? – I’m a woman, I don’t
drive, I’m not allowed. – [Interviewer] How ’bout
your social security number? – What is this? (woman laughs) – [Interviewer] Last four of your social. – Two, seven, five, three. – Three, zero, seven, two. – Six, seven, one, nine. (laughs) – [Interviewer] Why are
you telling me that? – I don’t know. (laughs) – My first ever password that I made– – Was I love Johnny Depp 64. – Crazy bitch 69. – Sexy chicks, with an X. – Just fuck, and then a bunch of numbers. – One that I used for a really long time– – Was rim job. – And I just added one,
two, three at the end. – [Interviewer] What’s your password? – My oldest son’s name and his birth month – My son’s name and his age or his grade. – [Interviewer] What’s your son’s name? – Ben. – I’ve had the same
password for a long time and it is race car. – If a squash can make you smile. – Don’t settle, one. – Capital H, hotshot one,
two, three, four, five. Should I even be saying these, wait. – People are making them up, right? – [Interviewer] I wish
more people made them up. Do you think you protect
yourself well enough? – Physically, like fighting
somebody, stabbing somebody? – [Interviewer] Password protection. Oh, password protection, yes. – [Interviewer] What’s your password? – Bubbles, period, 16. – [Interviewer] What’s that to? – That’s to everything. – [Interviewer] You just told me your password to everything? – I mean, you don’t know my username. – [Interviewer] Couple million people are gonna see this video. – I’m gonna go home and
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