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The Password Pain Is Real: 6 Viral Password Jokes We Can All Relate To

This post is also available in: French, German, Portuguese (Brazil)

Password pain is no joke…except when it is. Enjoy this roundup of the funniest and most relatable password memes, tweets, and rants from around the web.

Passwords occupy a strange space in our lives. Likely, you’re using them every single day, but in terms of how much attention we usually pay to them, they’re situated somewhere between our shoelaces and toothbrushes. 

And like shoelaces and toothbrushes, if our passwords suddenly fail us, it’s a massive derailment to our routines. (Ever forget a toothbrush when traveling or break a shoelace on the way out the door? Yeah—the worst.) Those hiccups become particularly maddening because what should be just a tiny cog in our daily machine unexpectedly grinds the whole thing to a halt.   

At Dashlane, we admittedly think about passwords more than most people. But it seems like “password pain” is having a bit of a moment online these days, and we’ve noticed an uptick in password-related memes and jokes.

Of course, we’re always sharing our favorites internally on our company Slack, but we thought we’d do a roundup of our favorites here. 

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn for more password humor. Plus, learn how to manage your passwords to feel forever superior when you see jokes like these.

This too-real password exhaustion

When your hobby becomes tech support 

This galaxy-brain cybersecurity hack

Putting in the ~*work*~ for your passwords

@myshalzaheer

“This password has appeared in a data breach” okay…?

♬ no lie – favsoundds

People in glass houses…

When your password becomes your identity instead of protecting it

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    Dashlane is a web and mobile app that simplifies password management for people and businesses. We empower organizations to protect company and employee data, while helping everyone easily log in to the accounts they need—anytime, anywhere.

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