lovely woman August
Chat now


  • What is my age:
  • I am 66
  • Color of my hair:
  • Reddish
  • My body type:
  • Strong
  • Other hobbies:
  • Looking after pets
  • Smoker:
  • Yes


It's an old prison rape joke. Prisons usually have shared showers. The joke is that bending down to pick up the soap might be risky, due to the other desperate naked guys around.


Don't drop the soap!

A remark made to someone being hauled off to jail, particularly someone you dislike. Once in jail, you imply that if the person a male drops a bar of soap in the shower, they will be forced to bend over and retrieve it. Thus, with there buttocks spread and in clear sight, will be subject to anal rape by a fellow inmate.

His eyes began to tear up as he anticipated that hot, steamy shower.

April 21, A comment saying used it reference to being ass raped by a well endowed black man when reaching for soap that you "accidentally" dropped. Tyrone: " Don't drop the soap!

I dropped the soap! Frank is Tyrone's Prison Bitch. Good advice when going to jail.

Drop the soap in the shower, bend over to pick it up, take it in the ass from a well endowed man named Conswalo. I told John don't drop the soap in jailbut he did anyways. Don't Drop the Soap.

Be careful said to people who are associating themselves with criminals 2. Don't drop a bar of soap in a prison it is commonly stereotyped that if a bar of soap is dropped in a prison's male showers, when bending down to pick it up, the person will be violently and sexually assaulted.

Also see prison bitch 3. Use of 2 in a sarcastic and malicious way.

Don't drop the soap!

You did good. Just make sure you don't drop the soap.

Don't drop the soap is a phrase which means that in jail if you drop the soap you will have to bend over to get it and thats when a man named Miguel will rape you. Don't drop the soap Miguel is waiting for newcomers like you.

New users


To do something horribly, horribly stupid that leaves you wide open to be screwed, like in a prison shower.


Don't Drop the Soap is a controversial prison -themed board game deed by art student John Sebelius as a class project at the Rhode Island School of De.


Click to see full answer.


This is an amazing read on prison life, written by a guy who spent two years in a maximum security prison.