No, it's not a dirty word. At least not that I'm aware of. Instead it's a suggested password in a very interesting CNN article I read here.
According to the Georgia Institute of Technology, passwords are beginning to grow in length and the new standard being suggested is 12 characters long. Yeah...what are we going to name the pets now?
However there is a method in their madness. The group was able to crack the now standard 8 character password in two hours. But using a 12 character password, especially using numbers and/or symbols if a site allows, it would take the team, using the same system, 17,134 years to crack your code!
So how in the world will we remember these strings of secrecy? The suggestion was to form a sentence that was rather nonsensical....except to you, of course. One of the suggestions was actually, "No, the capital of Wisconsin isn't Cheeseopolis!"
It was an interesting read. Prepare now, before 12 becomes mandatory. And no, I'm guessing a sentence like, "I can't remember my stupid password!" isn't a good idea.