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    I was in jail for 23 hours once, for an unpaid parking ticket. It was the worst 23 hours of my life. I cried a lot.

    lol now that i look back at it, its really funny that I cried so much.

    but people were mean to me. i hadn't eaten in like 16 hours, and they brought me this sandwich and this girl stole my sandwich and then made me give her my bra. I was soooo scared she was going to kill me.

    LOL
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    Thanks to your name scantilyclad, I felt positively urged to answer Edgar's question.
    So on a completely unrelated note ...

    IN SERIO FATVITAS.

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    WTH?

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    No. I hope that I don't ever have to. I do have a friend that I think is ENFJ, an especially clueless ENFJ, that spent several weeks in jail for contempt because the judge was a butt that had no patience for the clueless. She said it was pretty horrible and she cried a lot, too.

    When I was in sixth grade they took my class on a tour of Juvie and when they explained the part where you were strip-searched and had to shower in front of a guard I knew then that I would never embark upon a life of crime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post

    When I was in sixth grade they took my class on a tour of Juvie and when they explained the part where you were strip-searched and had to shower in front of a guard I knew then that I would never embark upon a life of crime.
    Yes the strip search was humiliating. They made me lift up my shirt and shake my bra, and they make you take your socks off and shake those and they take your shoestrings and your hair ties. Also, jail is freezing cold.

    and they wouldn't give me toilet paper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexx View Post
    Nope. Never. Got into a wreck once and had to ride in the police car - I never knew they were plastic back there. The cop actually asked me if I wanted the handcuffs for the "Full Effect".

    I declined.
    Yeah they're plastic because if the criminals do anything back there (relieve themselves, throw up, whatever) they can just hose out the back. They usually have drains back there too.
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    Nope. Not once. Not to visit. Not for a field trip. And not for a crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Least common type in jail = NFs. Just a theory.
    are you kidding NFs are the type most likely to mass murder because the world doesn't live up to their ideals.

    I've never been to jail plus I'm to pretty I'd be raped ? times approxiamtely
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    My dads best friend is a cop and he let my sister and myself sit in the back of the patrol car with handcuffs as he drove around. We banged on the windows like crazed criminals. It was hilarious to watch the people who drove by in horror.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexx View Post
    WTH?
    Because of:

    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    I also have a question for NFs: Ever seen a grown man naked?


    On topic:
    A couple of years ago, I was working at home that tried to integrate (or reintegrate) youths into society. I'd say most of them were SPs (from what I would tell), one or two SJs as well, and one NT/NF who turned out to be a really disgusting person. I got along with most of the guys really well. Most of them had been detained at some point in their lives, though for the most part it wasn't regular prison.
    They had been largely arrested for really minor stuff they did repeatedly however, like fare dodging (yep, that's right, it can get you into prison), fraud, and often owning or selling drugs.
    IN SERIO FATVITAS.

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