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"In England, bathing suits are referred to as baileys"

No they aren't. Where did this come from? --Chips Critic 21:09, 22 Jan 2005 (UTC)

Google for it, you can find the rumor circulating on various pages. The debunking of it is here[1] and here[2]. I ran a password generator and confirmed for myself that it is a coincidence. Here is what Classicgaming has to say:
Although rumors have abounded over the years as to the identity of Justin Bailey -- ranging from some kid who beat the game to claims of "bailey" being a slang term for "swimsuit" (just in bailey, get it?), the truth is that the JUSTIN BAILEY password is a total fluke. If you play around with Metroid's password system something you can do with the Metroid Password Generator program, found in Fan Apps), you can come up with other names and words that work as passwords. The "Justin Bailey" code is one which was found early on and happened to work pretty well, so it became widely reported. In other words, there is no Justin Bailey who is associated with the Metroid universe and got his name made into a password. Nathanlarson32767 (Talk) 02:08, 24 Jan 2005 (UTC)
Okay I moved the content. Go ahead and delete. Nathanlarson32767 (Talk) 02:24, 24 Jan 2005 (UTC)