Over half believe that sharing your passwords is a sign of true love!

Published Thursday, Feb 5 2015, 18:00 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Is sharing your mobile phone pin really the modern sign of true love? Apparently so!

With the most romantic day of the year fast approaching, a new survey has discovered that 56 per cent of Brits believe that letting your loved one into your mobile and social media sites is the sign that they've stolen your heart.

Over half of Brits believe that sharing your phone pin is a sign of true love

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44% of women sneak looks at their partner's phones

Over a third know their partner's mobile pin number, 39 per cent know their email password and more than a quarter know their Facebook password.

But beware - they may not treat it with respect!

Because the survey of 2,000 adults by home electronics company Samsung found that four in ten of us regularly sneak a peak at their partner's phone behind their back - how naughty is that?!

Us girls are the worst at taking a look at what we shouldn't, with 44 per cent admitting to it, compared to 39 per cent of men.

But be careful girls, 44 per cent have been caught in the act... whoops!

Sadly, six in ten snoops have caught their other-half cheating on them or talking to someone they shouldn't be.

However, with Valentines day fast approaching, keep in mind that over a third have stumbled across a romantic present their loved one was planning. So if you are hoping for a nice gift, a holiday or even a proposal, make sure you don't spoil things for yourself!

By Anna Osbourne

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