Many people struggle with how much information they should share—or want to share—with their partner. Letting a boyfriend or girlfriend scroll through your phone or have access to your key passwords has become something of a relationship milestone. It implies trust and may symbolize intimacy and connection as well. Handing over control of your phone to allow your partner to look through your photos, text messages, and call history may show him or her that you have nothing to hide, that there are no secrets between you.
At the same time, though, if partners truly trust one another, is there any reason to want to look through each other’s personal correspondence?
A Facebooker asked the question on whether they would be cormfortable enough to give their partners their phones, even just for a day.
Kenyans gave hilarious answers to the question. Check out some of the answers.