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  • OwlHoot
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    Originally posted by ravenshaw View Post

    Fake?

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    I thought I was joking about Karl Pilkington, but it is actually him!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B54Bl5b1AXw

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  • ladymuck
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    Originally posted by courtg9000 View Post

    OK when I first the picture I thought it was a picture of Dianne Abbott with her handler!
    That's mean (but quite funny)

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  • courtg9000
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    Originally posted by NotAllThere View Post

    Er... why not?
    OK when I first the picture I thought it was a picture of Dianne Abbott with her handler!

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  • NotAllThere
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    Originally posted by courtg9000 View Post

    I must not make jokes about certain Labour MP's
    Er... why not?

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  • courtg9000
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    Originally posted by ravenshaw View Post

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    I must not make jokes about certain Labour MP's

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  • OwlHoot
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    Originally posted by ravenshaw View Post

    Fake?

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    I never knew Karl Pilkington had a pet hippo!

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  • ravenshaw
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    Originally posted by hobnob View Post
    My solution is to use fake answers and store them in my password manager. E.g. "What was your first pet?" "A hippopotamus"
    Fake?

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  • hobnob
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    Generally it's best to use questions where the answers won't change. So, as you said "favourite X" is a bad choice, but "what's the first film you saw in a cinema?" is better.

    The new snag is that if one company has a data breach, the security questions could be used to hijack other accounts. My solution is to use fake answers and store them in my password manager. E.g. "What was your first pet?" "A hippopotamus"

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  • tazdevil
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    Originally posted by ladymuck View Post
    If you're logged in then why not reset the memorable words and then phone them up?
    Would if I could but I can't and it requires their technical team to reset them

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  • ladymuck
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    If you're logged in then why not reset the memorable words and then phone them up?

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