Monday, November 15, 2010

Meet an Inmate

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I am not having the greatest luck with the dating scene, but I am not QUITE ready to join the Meet-an-Inmate.com service. LOL.

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36 comments:

Farah said...

OMFG! Are you serious??!! I have no words....

carly said...

my sister has a legit prison pen pal. his name is bishop.
it's actually amazing/slightly hilarious.

bananas. said...

what the?!?! goo! can't believe people are this desperate. i guess we could blame the ad...even i started feeling sorry for these so called lonely inmates. haha yea right!

creative kerfuffle said...

ah. hmm. let's see. no way in hell would i do this. no way. ever.

Melanie's Randomness said...

LOL!! Omg this is hilarious. I'll pass.

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Caroline said...

Holy shite.... Don't go there. Ever!

Isabel said...

UM OMG. this seems dangerous! LOL

Heff said...

NOT a smart move, to say the LEAST.

Missy said...

Is this for Real?
Oh.Em.Gee!

Dancing Branflake said...

Why can't they date each other???

Improbable Joe said...

Hey, don't knock it until you try it. There's nothing more romantic than a couple of dates, some intimate evenings, and then having your car/TV/identity stolen by a convicted felon!

Jude said...

Oh my gosh, there canNOT be a pretty ending to this, no no, don't go there! LOL!

Morgan said...

Thia has to be a joke? Yes? Tell me YES!.
And no ma'am... this is not okay. :)

besswess said...

I love the part where the ad tries to make you feel sorry for them because they can't have companionship.....ummm, I thought this was prison. Who said anything about living your dreams and having great companions?
I think you should sign up. :)

Alisa said...

My PO Box use to belong to a woman who communicated with all kinds of inmates. I still get letters, I give them to the post master. I don't even want to know what they are writing.

BTW, I was in line at Target the other day. The guy in front of me has the worst dye job. I wanted to tell him Grey is okay! But I didn't.

Katie said...

when you get that desperate - shoot me an email and i'll hook you up with a nice sarcastic englishman.

TERI REES WANG said...

I appreciate how they note right up front..."Attractive inmates"...since that may just push me passed the barbed wire and the bars, and the stench of angst.

Cheers!...to the freedom of choice.

Lorena said...

Jaw drops
- uh...
Speechless...
- I read the post again
Jaw drops again
- Drollie you are beginning to worry me.
What are you writing in google search to come up with these things ?!

...love Maegan said...

bahahahah . that's . a . mazing . period

hope505 said...

*hahahaaa!* DON'T YOU DARE.

ya goofball.
* ; )
srsly...what would Leo say? "mama, no!" *HAA!~ give him a cuddle for me and step away from the inmates...

Kimbirdy said...

woah! i can't believe that's a real service. hang in there! :)

Kathryn said...

I guess the upsides would be:
1) You know where they are at all times.
2) You don't have to worry about that whole dilemma of "my place or yours" for an outing - it will always be the "yours".
3) They have a good reason for not calling (say, got in a fist fight and put in solitary confinement).
4) You can go out with your friends and stay out late or all night and not having to worry about being nagged or yelled at as they will never be the wiser (depending on what time lockdown is).
5) You know right up front they are unscrupulous in some way, shape or form.
6) They are not likely to be, at least physically, cheating on you with another woman.
7) If you are a reality show junkie it might make you eligible to be on the show "Prison Wives".

Christina In Wonderland said...

Yeah, because nothing screams love like, "oh hai. I killed my ex-husband because I thought he was cheating on me with a water-hose."

Caitlin said...

That's so creepy.

Stacy Conner said...

Go for it!

ACK!!! That is craziness.

WendyB said...

Great thing about people behind bars: they can't leave their dirty socks on your floor or dirty dishes in your sink. Awesome!

diane said...

Sure, write to an inmate so that they can write back to their friends in your area and come and rob you, or worse. Real smart.

gleenn said...

Yeah, I'm not either. ;)

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Susan Erickson said...

I was wondering how I could get my address out to a bunch of criminals....makes life exciting don't you think.....

Georgina Dollface said...

I've always wondered how women could consciously pursue men in prison. There was one case here in Canada where a former jury member started to date a man who was acquitted for lack of evidence on a brutal child murder case. You'd have to be a fool to believe that the guy was innocent. Now she is living with him and writing a book on the 'injustice' done to him. It's absolutely chilling. - G

SabinePsynopsis said...

I don't know... If they all look as Angelina Jolie-esque as this poor incarcerated girl I'd be tempted to turn lesbian and join the club.

Rebecca said...

Oh DEAR. How very desperate housewives...

Kitty Stampede said...

Ayiyiyiyi...that would be the stupidest relationship EVER. seriously what is the point. nuts.

dammit droll i hope you snatch yourself up a sexy manbeast..he would be so lucky.

p.s.- sorry for my TOTAL suckage of blogging lately and commenting yadayadayada...i miss ya sweet thang.

Marsi @ The Cottage Cheese said...

It's like something you see on soap operas. Crazy.

Adiya said...

Why ohh why would anyone want to do this??!! This is soo not cool! *can't watch*

ana b. said...

Ha. My friend joined some kind of Catholic dating site out of sheer desperation and she showed me a lovely candidate whose icon had him wearing a floor length poncho standing next to a llama. HOT. HOT. HOT.