In reference to a married or co-habitating couple, on parole refers to when one's spouse or partner is out of town, leaving the other person to temporarily live a pseudo-single life style, wasting time and money in an orgy of short-lived freedom. Often characterized by the person hanging out with his or her single friends, that have probably not been contacted in a long time. Also refered to as a jail break.
Dude, Sally is out of town. So John is on parole! He wants us to hit up the titty-bars every night this week!
by Houman February 01, 2006
(adj) Out of prison before the end of the sentence, but still required to report regularly to the authorities.
Yo be on parole!
by Fangsta December 15, 2003