What is something someone should always understand when going to jail?

Mudassir Ali
Jan 20, 2020 04:08 PM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Jan 20, 2020 04:08 PM

Well regardless of whether or not you are going to jail or prison, there are several things you should know before you go in.

Stay humble- no matter how “bad” or “tough” you think you are, there is always someone in your block much more tough than you. And believe me it is a painful lesson to learn.
You Can NOT trust anyone in jail. These people are still in the sentencing phase and looking to get any time off their sentence, or upcoming sentence, as they can. In prison this changes a little, as there really are some nice people there, and you do develop friendships. Still, be wary.
keep your pants on your waist. Do not sag and think you’re a gangster, you aren’t and you will end up as someones cock holster.
Be respectful of the convicts, especially the older ones. You don’t live in prison to an old age without being smart and tough. Things like thank you, excuse me, and if you disrespected them or they perceive you have then IM SORRY goes a long way. Not my bad, IM SORRY. WHICH BRINGS ME TO MY NEXT POINT!
If someone steps to you, or IM SORRY doesn’t work, you fight. You fight as hard as you can, whether or not you win or lose is irrelevant. You want to be known as a “Stand up” guy. Back down and well……. COCKHOLSTERED!
Respect people’s boundaries. Don’t just walk up in someone else’s cell unless you KNOW that person. You risk getting fucked up or killed……. Or worse.
Regardless if you are black white or brown, STAY WITH YOUR OWN RACE. For example if you are white you only associate with other white cons. It may be racist but it will save your life and your bootyhole.
DONT BORROW IF YOU CANT REPAY WITH INTEREST. Not only can this keep you alive and unharmed, but if you don’t then………. Well you get the common theme here.
I hope this helps your curiosity or upcoming situation whatever it may be. Jail is torture, Prison doesn’t have to be as long as you follow the rules.

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