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Basically everyone reuses their passwords

Every once in a while I have to log into a website I haven’t been to in, say, a year. I type in my username and password, hit enter, and the internet yells at me. 
Wrong password. OK, I say, and type another variation of the password. 
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I tell myself, “This time I’ll use a an exclamation point instead of an ‘I,'” sure that this could be the only other option. 
Wrong again, so I go back to typing my original guess, thinking maybe I’d misspelled it the first time, but

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