"Evening in the hut" is a proverb that came to us to "freedom" from places not so remote. Thieves say "evening in the house" instead of "good evening", because every evening after a long day in the zone is kind: you can tick off the past day in the calendar, drink chifirchiku (well, or shirnutsya than God sent) and calmly pobazarit for prisoner zhituyhu.
Evening in the zone is a time of relaxation of control by the citizens of the chiefs, a time when you can namutit something from the chums and calmly go to bed. And yet, yes, "hut" in this saying means a cell where thieves sit, whose life has developed not easily.
Evening in the house, boys.
in Jerusalem is free.
Evening in the hut is in the list: Slang