By Is that..? - 17/07/2014 03:51 - United States - Aurora

Today, I ran into a good friend at work. I work at a jail. She doesn't. FML
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Atleast now you'll have a good friend at work.

She might be more embarrassed than you about the situation.

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Atleast now you'll have a good friend at work.

Hey no special treatment for friends jam your billy club in her neck

I think this is more of an F her life lol.

This is the United States of America. If you're able to avoid jail your entire life, you're not really living.

And someone to talk to! :D

Sounds like the start of a romantic comedy...

Well, luckily you guys can spend plenty of time together.

Ah, the silver lining.

Great for OP, FYL for the friend.

Why would it be 'fuck your life', granted she's a friend but she's in there for a reason. Can't feel sorry for a criminal, no exceptions. Only if she's actually innocent which they rarely are.

Some are in jail awaiting a bail hearing or even their day in court.

She might be more embarrassed than you about the situation.

And then I found $5

Good for you mate.

Nobody asked...

TorturedXeno 27

Could be worse. SHE could be the one working at the jail.

like Shutter Island

I don't get why this is an FML. Lots of good people go to jail for things they did. But still, it kinda sucks that your friend would be one of them.

That is rather awkward

I had the same thing happen when I worked Psych. Came on one day, saw a nurse I had worked with several years previously; I had the security code to open the door, she didn't. We both had a moment of "Hey, I know you!" She'd been bat-crap crazy back when I first knew her; apparently various Psych units had been her primary residence since.