HowTo:Create A Safe Password
 Choosing a Password
The best and safest passwords are: "12345," "qwerty," "none," "secret," "20010911," and of course the safest password is "password". Other great alternatives include your birthday, your name, your dog's name, and the username for whatever site you're using.
 Keeping Your Password Secure
To keep people from finding your password, share it. Tell everyone you know, and people you don't! It'll always be censored.
In emails and wiki's like this, your password will come out as: God you're dumb.
However, use caution saying your password aloud. It will be heard as "AVRIL LAVIGNE ROCKS MY SOCKS!! AVRIL LAVIGNE ROCKS MY SOCKS!! AVRIL LAVIGNE ROCKS MY SOCKS!! AVRIL LAVIGNE ROCKS MY SOCKS!! AVRIL LAVIGNE ROCKS MY SOCKS!!" and your friends might think you've gone mental.
 What To Do If Your Password Is Stolen
“Holy crap! Someone figured out my password!”
After all I taught you? Oh well. Not like it could hurt.
“But it was to my bank account!”
Oh is that all? Thank God! That's nothing. Just be glad it wasn't your Illogicopedia account. They could've done some real damage. Now wait here while I log into your. . . Erm, I mean, check my email.
Hehehehe, sucker. . .
Oh, um, I asked you if you'd like an eyebrow plucker. They're selling them on eBay.
“Oh. No thanks.”