A place that is best to avoid. But if you are sent to one, the secret is: kick someone's ass your first day, or become someone's bitch.
"We're not going to minimum-security white-collar resort. No, we're going to a federal pound-me-in-the-ass prison!"
by Dan April 6, 2005
in reference to "Office Space" meaning hard jail time, which means there is a good chance of getting raped by someone named bubba.
Ned: How much trouble could I get into for lifting this douche bags wallet?

Frankie : Yea i'm pretty sure that comes with a pound me in the ass prison sentence.
by Doggtown31LCC December 26, 2011
The censored form of the phrase "Pound-Me-in-the-Ass Prison" from the edited TV version of Office Space.
"We aren't going to Minimum-Security-White-Collar-Resort Prison, no. We're going to Federal Pound-Me-Into-Ash Prison."
by jpolakowski August 17, 2007
correction to first example: the correct quote is "white collar resort prison", not "white color resort prison"
see above with "federal pound me in the ass prison"
by dNguyen September 8, 2006
Word used in the movie Office Space by Michael to describe the world of horror they will soon be in when the company finds out about their money stealing scheme gone-wrong.
"I herby sentence you to five years in Federal pound-me-in-the-ass prison."
by Joshie G. April 27, 2010
A quote from the movie Office Space.
See also white color resort prison.
"We get caught laundering money, we're not going to white color resort prison. No, no, no. We're going to Federal pound me in the ass prison" -- Office Space
by Stavr0 November 19, 2003