From the “sexual menu” of Tinder to the moral disposal of Ashley Madison, the online dating world has brought our generation some unique opportunities. Now is your chance to find that “bad boy/girl” type you’ve always been looking for. Meet-an-inmate.com hooks you up with sexy psychopaths, gang-rapists and serial-killers alike.
Although Meet-an-inmate.com doesn’t recommend using the website as a means for dating, the carefully divided age and gender categories makes it suggestively easy to use for romantic purposes. The main page of the site states, “The inmates listed are convicted felons and caution should be used. Be understanding without being gullible. We recommend and promote using this site to find pen-pals for friendships, and not romantic relationships.” So don’t let that sexy, painted-lipped female inmate clawing at you from the inside of a prison fence on the website’s homepage give you any ideas.
Despite the site’s alleged non-sexual nature, according to the testimonials section, this “pen-pal” service has done a world of good for countless imprisoned ladykillers and man-eaters everywhere. According to Kelly Z. from Texas, “I’ve found the man of my dreams whom I adore.” Taylor from Oregon raves, “…I met an amazing man and we have fallen head over heels for each-other.”
Apparently, Meet-an-inmate.com puts you on the fast track to finding the love of your life. Just make sure you’re still waiting for them when they get out—assuming that they do get out—or else risk a very aggressive ex.
Of course, not every inmate is a killer, armed burglar, arsonist or sexual predator. Many of the inmates have endearing back-stories of accidental felonies, hopeful to one day redeem their mistakes and re-assimilate themselves into the working-class world. However it’s a bit of a gamble, as many of the inmates neglect to state their conviction on their profile. Also, many seem to exclude or leave the “have you ever been convicted of a sex crime?” section blank.
Unfortunately, since Meet-an-inmate.com doesn’t guarantee the accuracy of the inmates’ profile information (as they are provided by the inmates themselves) you do run a slight risk in using the service. So hopefully, your ongoing pen-pal relationship will afford you enough trust to ensure you aren’t sending jail-nudies to a Paul Bernardo or Karla Homolka.
Well, here’s to hoping your first date isn’t your last meal.