Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Prison

Friday, 21 May 2010

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UK prisons are full and many of their inmates want only one thing (see photo above)!

UK prisons have a record waiting list of men wishing to enter prison because they're either sick of not getting their "leg over" with women or enjoy a bit of cheap Gay sex for a change.

Those being rejected will turn to anything for a short stay in the "slammer", illicit doings on Hampstead Heath, robbing OAP's, nicking kiddies sweets, becoming a corrupt banker, anything!

Anthropologists are convinced that since women's lib became an evolutionary fact men are gradually preferring men because women never do what they're told anyway and most men are guided by their "dicks" (one + one equals fun!)

What better place is there to make acquaintances with fellow men, the slammer or the military (sorry guys, that's been infiltrated by women's lib also).

Locked up in prison for months or years, no monthly PMS (pre menstrual syndrome) to deal with, talk footy all day and when required, a bit of bum to finish the day with, paradise!

The UK government are slightly worried at this trend and have decided to let the men on the waiting list enter women's prisons to ease their frustrations, the writer of this Spoof has just stolen a piece of candy from that little buggar down the road, "lock me up, PLEASE!!!!!!!!!"

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