I read this stupidest IT help desk situations thing a couple of days ago and one was:
Woman: I can't get into the database.
IT guy: Do you have the correct password?
Woman: Yes, I saw my coworker put it in yesterday. It's *********. But it's not working.
I was thinking a stupid one would be mmddyyyy. That seems to be a common initial password prompt when activating certain accounts. I could definitely see people using it.
I hate passwords. I have to remember so many just for the Navy. I change my NKO password every time I don't have my card available to sign on, which has to have been at least 2 or 3 dozen times by now. It is horrible trying to think of 14+ character password that uses 2 uppers, 2 lowers, 2 numbers, 2 special characters, I haven't used in the last 24 passwords, and that I can easily remember, and remember that it is for that particular site.