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Go to an email client and start a new email. You can then open a new facebook account with that email and have pretty much the same things on that one as you do on your primary account.

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Hi there, I can imagine it can be frustrating to keep changing it from one to another. What I do with my wife, is I install to Internet browsers on the computer, for instance beside Internet Explorer I put Mozilla Firefox (you can install Opera or Chrome, or maybe you already have a second one installed). This way, each one of them keeps the cookies for one account, so my wife uses Internet Explorer and I use Firefox to go on Facebook. This way I don't have to log her out everytime I want to go on Facebook.

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