” And he just looked at me embarrassed and shook his head.
I just see a lot of crazy issues that come from those people who served extended time.
After checking out Conjugal Harmony.com, a mock online dating site feigning to connect prisoners with those on the outside, we gave the convict-dating phenomenon some closer inspection. There are clearly a bunch of reaons not to date a man behind bars (enforced long-distance relationship, depression at his non-voter status in certain states... Bringing him home to meet the family is not an option.16.
him being a CONVICT), but there are also some potential perks. If/when he gets out, he'll be an expert at doing laundry.2. He'll never leave his socks on the floor or the toothpaste uncapped.4. If you buy him baked goods from the grocery story and claim they're yours, he'll never know the difference.8. The "I've been thinking of leaving my toothbrush and a change of underwear at your place" conversation never has to happen.10. If you're into exhibitionism, you can pretend the guards are listening in on you during your conjugal visits.13. You'll always have one over him in an argument — "I may have cheated on you, but at least I'm not a convicted felon!
So you meet someone interesting, start dating and then he confesses to you that he has a prison record. One plot-line has the women trying to figure out whether they should continue to date shady convicts and ex-cons.
A few years ago, one of my reality TV guilty pleasures was the VH1 show “Mob Wives.” The hot buttered mess of a show follows a group of Staten Island women whose fathers, husbands and boyfriends are all currently or formerly incarcerated.