How not to answer secret questions and answers

This one is not quite safe for work, but it’s very funny:

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Currently experiencing network delays, one moment please….
Network connection re-established.
Adam Brooke: Do you work for the IRS?
Kamyar: Thank you for waiting Sir. Unfortunately we cannot access your password, however we can reset it, which enables you to access your account change the password right away.
Kamyar: Would that be acceptible?
Adam Brooke: Thanks, that would be great
Kamyar: Very well Sir. In order to process your request, please provide us with the answer to your secret question :
“How long is you cock?”. This is for authentication purposes and is part of our security policy.
Adam Brooke: Very or long
Currently experiencing network delays, one moment please….
Network connection re-established.
Kamyar: Thank you. I will accept that. The exact answer we have on file is “Very!”. Your temporary password is reset to “brooke”.
Kamyar: Please try to sign in again and kindly confirm once you are signed in.
Adam Brooke: I really hope you are laughing too. Thanks for being so professional.

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p.s. I use random security questions (if possible) and random answers stored in a password manager. It’s the only safe way to avoid being pwned. Good luck trying to answer “What’s your mother’s maiden name” with me! It could be n,;Ug~RolDE0?RP>A{Y/ or worse.

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