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22-01-2012 19:46 #21
22-01-2012 19:47 #22Senior Member
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I don't think so.
At best, it would indicate they might be irresponsible or have poor impulse control.
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22-01-2012 20:07 #23
22-01-2012 20:15 #24Senior Member
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I actually HAVE dated a guy who had served a short sentence for assaulting a man (he was defending his sister). I obviously didn't know this to begin with, but he never tried to hide it and was very open.
That was when I was single.. If I had my ds when I met this guy I dont think I would have continued the relationship. Knowing his potential to lose control would be too risky a situation to put my son in.
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22-01-2012 20:29 #25
My brother has served time twice.
Is he a bad person: no! He just made some really stupid decisions.
Should that stop him having a life? I don't think so!
He has been to jail to pay for his mistakes. Why should he suffer on the outside too.
My brother got out of jail last may and his new partner who is the most beautiful person (met him when she was working at the prison) has just given birth to their new baby boy. Although a few weeks early, they are both so happy and it is the best thing to happen to my brother.
You can't help who you fall in love with.
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22-01-2012 20:32 #26Senior Member
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I don't think I would be comfortable with it.
22-01-2012 20:32 #27
Maybe... It would really depend what for.
Drunk driving - repeat offenses that eventually caused someone's death - no - probably not.
My brother was asked to help in a raid on a puppy farm - an evil one - but due to the nature of his profession, if he was caught he could go to jail, whereas anyone else would be fined or some other penalty.
But he joked even though he'd never work in his industry again, it could be worth it.. Cos he'd have that 'bad boy' served time thing combined with the fact he was jailed for saving puppies! that's definitely gonna get him laid.
22-01-2012 20:42 #28
Not these days ... But in my younger days yes, cant resist a bad boy *sigh*
Would depend onthe crime though!
22-01-2012 20:46 #29
I wouldn't sleep with one either.
22-01-2012 21:06 #30
Would it change anyone's mind if they went to jail for a "white collar crime", I wonder?
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