Sure, you can have my NYTimes password - it's "passw0rd", unless they required mixed-case, in which case it's Passw0rd. (No, I'm not mentioning the login I use there, but it's no big loss if somebody starts impersonating me there.)
My Slashdot password? It's pretty complicated, my browser remembers it, and on the rare occasions where I need it, I have to remember where I wrote it down.
My bank account passwords? Sorry, get a warrant, and since cops who actually need to know that can get the information from my bank, they don't need MY password to do that, and don't need the ability to drain my bank account.
Sounds like me I use Qwerty1! for crap sites I don't care about.
Almost all of my meaningful accounts have their passwords generated and saved (encrypted) by my password manager so I don't have to remember any of them or worry about loosing the notebook I wrote the passwords down in.
My slashdot password is one of the few that I remember from my days before a password manager mostly because its not important enough to bother changing but used enough that I keep it in memory.;