One such word is “kite.” In a jail or a prison, the term “kite” refers to a written request for something. Kites can be made for anything, but those of us in the medical department deal with medical kites. A typical usage could be this: Inmate: “I need to see the doctor.
What does write you a kite mean?
A “kite” is a message between inmates in a jail or prison, usually passed using a paper attached to a string or sometimes through an intermediary inmate.
How do you send a kite in jail?
“Kite” probably came instead from the prison practice of communicating with another inmate in the next cell or even many cells away. The inmate folds up a note and ties it to a long piece of string. He then swings the note attached to the string underneath his cell door and into the cell of his friend.
What does jail mean in slang?
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What is a Kyte?
1 chiefly Scotland : belly sense 1. 2 chiefly Scotland : belly sense 2a.
What does Kite mean?
(Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a light frame covered with paper, cloth, or plastic, often provided with a stabilizing tail, and designed to be flown in the air at the end of a long string. 2 : any of various usually small hawks (family Accipitridae) with long narrow wings and often a notched or forked tail.
Do male guards watch female prisoners shower?
Generally no, this is forbidden, and most US prisons are pretty good about keeping males away from this area. However, there are a few here and there who treat this as their personal porn show, and find “excuses” to linger near shower areas.
Why do inmates hang phone upside down?
Telephone Receiver Inverted
Not slang exactly, but a sign to be obeyed. It the telephone has been hung up with the receiver upside-down, and if you are not the badass who put it that way, use it at your extreme peril.
What does DP mean in jail?
What does fishing mean sexually?
Definitions include: to have sexual intercourse.
Why is a belly called a kite?
“Blow out your kite” means “fill your stomach”. It uses the word ‘kite’ (also ‘kyte’), a dialect word, originally derived from an Old English word for the womb which, by extension, came to mean the belly.
How much is a kite in slang?
Kite: originally meant a worthless bill or cheque. Hence you would say “I am going to fly a kite” means you are going to pass a bad cheque. The word seems to now mean any cheque (bad or not).
How do you start flying a kite?
Hold your kite up by the bridle point and let the line out. If there is sufficient wind, your kite will go right up. Let the kite fly away from you a little, then pull in on the line as the kite points up so it will climb. Repeat this until your kite gains the altitude necessary to find a good steady wind.