Friday, September 25, 2009

I don't have a title for this post

I was driving by my city's park yesterday when I saw this.



Near this



I freaked out and got all paranoid because I did not see hide nor hair of the above mentioned state prisoners


Then I calmed down and thought that soon, I would see these guys looking for them


in this


and this



When I didn't see any signs of a search team, I hauled ass out of that area only stopping to pick up a couple of guys hitchhiking that looked like this


What? They looked nice enough.


As soon they got in, I knew I had made a mistake. They weren't practicing for Halloween at all, believe it or not they were part of the "prisoners at work" crew.

Who knew?

You know what I did? I turned right around and drove them back to where there sign was and made them promise to wait there until the guards came looking for them! They promised and told me they wouldn't say anything about me helping them escape.

Who says you can't trust convicts?

*some of the things in this story never actually happened.. but it made for a more interesting post didn't it?

20 comments:

ettarose said...

First! We have those guys here too. They are the only ones in a hundred mile radius who would actually pick up the trash all over the highways. I have never picked one up though.

dizzblnd said...

Etta: shhhhhhh I didn't either.. it was the only thing I could think of to make the post funny.

A Mom on Spin said...

Those bad boys do a good clean up job, now don't they????

Joanie M said...

We have the weekend dui prisoners picking up trash in our area. Those guys and gals who have to do 3 days in jail because they got caught more than once with a dui.

dizzblnd said...

mom... I'm not sure.. I have never actually seen them work..

Joanie..Thats a great idea. I wonder if it prevents them from doing it again?

ReformingGeek said...

Those were actually aliens. You do realize that they had already eaten the children and were just sleeping it off?

You got lucky, Girl!

Scandalous Housewife said...

No way were they really wearing those masks!

Slyde said...

i just drove by.. they are still there waiting...

Quirkyloon said...

Whew! My faith in humanity has been restored!

Prisoners who actually wait for their guards to return.

And they said it would never happen. Speaking of which, today I unveiled the surprise at my blog. Check it out if you can, k? *smile*

Anonymous said...

See what happens when you wander off in the lands of Debary!
Shelly

dizzblnd said...

RG: Where were you YESTERDAY with that warning? LOL

Scandy: Naaaaaaaaaaah I made that part up to spice up my otherwise boring post

Slyde.. I saw them too.. weird!

QL.. come to think of it.. I think they were zombies

Shelly.. it's like the Twilight Zone here

otin said...

I don't know what makes me more nervous, the inmate picking up the trash or the guard with the loaded gun standing watching them!

dizzblnd said...

Otin.. I am always scared of that too... I t makes me want to duck as I drive by

Nap Warden said...

Good Lord woman...I was scared for you!

Collette said...

You know you didn't leave them there. You took them home as the hired help! Now I'm gonna have to find me some. I hear they work cheap.

J.J. in L.A. said...

You shoulda made them take their masks off and kept the good-looking ones.

I'm just sayin'...

Tracey said...

We went to an old fort a couple of weeks ago and lo and behold some of the very same cleaning up rubbish from all the nooks and crannies!! must be the season for it ;-)

dizzblnd said...

NW.. never worry about me.. I may be a dizzblnd.. but I'm not a dumbblnd ;)

Collette.. yeah you caught me!

JJ shhh don't tell my husband.. I have the good lookin one locked up in the attic

Tracey.. at least they are doing SOMETHING other than shivving each other

blognut said...

Maybe they were supposed to be on their Prisoner's Union break?

dizzblnd said...

Blognut.. I am sure you are right

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