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G.: An “original gangster;” a label of respect given to older inmates who has been in the prison system a long time.
PC: Protective Custody; a category of solitary confinement where the inmate needs protection from other inmates.
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Prison Wolf: A heterosexual prisoner who engages in sex with men while incarcerated. Also used to affirm what others are saying is true.
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.
Permanent Pocket: Refers to a person’s anus Playing on Ass: Gambling without money Porcelain Termite: A prisoner who busts up the toilet/sink in cell when s/he gets upset Prison Pocket: Refers to a person’s anus Prison Safe: The safest place to keep drugs, shanks, dice, etc.
Has the Keys: The person who controls or calls the shots for a group or gang Hoe Check: Group beating given to prisoner to see if he’ll stand up for himself.BB Filler: Body Bag Filler; usually a very ill prisoner.Bid: Prison sentence Big Bitch: Death Sentence Bindle: A small package containing tobacco or drugs Blues: Prison Clothes Bonaru: Brand new prison clothes Boneyard visit: Conjugal visit without kids Brake Fluid: Psychiatric meds Brogan: The state-issued work boots that inmates wear.Brownies: People who work in the kitchen Bucky or Celly: Cellmate Buffing: Working out on the exercise bars with water, sandbags, and calisthenics Bug: A prison staff member who can’t be trusted.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.