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Bullett: A one-year sentence Burpee: An exercise involving a squat, a pushup and leg lifts Cadillac: Coffee with cream and sugar; Also refers to an inmate’s bunk. Cage: Your cell, aka Hole in the Wall, House, Buck Car: The group that one associates with while in prison (determined by gang affiliation or some other commonality like age, race, sexual identity, etc.) Catch a Ride: To get high with a friend’s drugs Cell Warrior: An inmate who acts tough when locked in his cell, but is a coward face-to-face.
Catching the Chain: When an inmate is leaving Chatted Out: Someone who has gone crazy Choke Sandwich: A peanut butter sandwich with no jelly Chow: Dinner CO: A correctional officer Cowboy: A new correctional officer.
Also refers to a correctional official who reveals personal information about other prison staff to inmates. Dump Truck: Fat, lazy slob Fam Bam: A conjugal visit with children — vs the child-free “Boneyard” conjugal visit Fiend: A drug addict Fish: A new inmate who’s never been in prison before 5150: Crazy Fresh meat: A batch of new Inmates Get Hit: To catch a longer sentence from the parole board.
Getting Buzzed: Getting tattooed Grapes: 411, information, gossip Green Light: The go-ahead to kill a person or gang affiliate on sight.
PC: Protective Custody; a category of solitary confinement where the inmate needs protection from other inmates.
June Bug: A prisoner considered to be a slave to others.
All Day: A life sentence All Day and a Night: Life without parole Back Door Parole: To die in prison Bats: Cigarettes Bean Slot: The opening in the cell door where food is delivered.
BB Filler: Body Bag Filler; usually a very ill prisoner.
Programmer: An inmate who spends most of his time attending classes and improving himself: the nerds of prison Pruno: A homemade alcohol made from fruit, bread and anything with sugar, i.e. Rec: Recreation; the hour a day allowed outside in the yard.
Ride Leg: To suck up to staff to get favors Road Dog: Prisoners who walk the track together during “rec”; also means close friends Roll up your window: A request to stop eavesdropping on another inmate’s conversation, especially do not comment on the conversation uninvited S to Life: A basketball game without rules Sancho: The person your wife/girlfriend is with on the outside Sex Play: To verbally or physically communicate in a sexual manner Shakedown: When prison guards tear apart inmates’ cells looking for contraband.