Hooker Life Hack #9: Beware of the Truth

It may be true that in certain situations the truth can set you free. But in certain other situations telling the truth can get you 20. Years, that is. Behind bars.

Never tell anyone in authority that you do things that are not approved by the establishment. Withholding information is not lying in spite of what people say. It’s merely withholding information. And that’s our prerogative.

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2 thoughts on “Hooker Life Hack #9: Beware of the Truth

  1. Reblogged this on Sexy, Funny Video/Verse unmasks forbidden intimate taboos in Honolulu and commented:

    This post is one of the most successful posts of all time. I will add this bit of advice from an aged hippy. To give a bit of background this individual never worked a 9-5 job in his life, always managing to get hustles like “house manager.” He was drafted for Vietnam but avoided going by climbing a tree and refusing to get down. The fire department had to come rescue him like he was a kitten. He counts these facts as successes, and if you do to you will be interested to know what he says about the truth: the truth might set you free, or the truth could get you twenty years. Sometimes it is best not to tell all you know.

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