PRISON LIFE VS. WORK LIFE

While comparing prison life with the workforce a popular think tank came up with this handy cheat sheet for us so that we never get the two environments mixed up, it should make things a little bit clearer for everyone.

@ PRISON You spend most of your time in a 10X10 cell

@ WORK you spend most of your time in an 6X6 cubicle

@ PRISON You get three meals a day, fully paid for

@ WORK you get a break for one meal and
You have to pay for it


@ PRISON For good behavior, you get time off

@ WORK For good behavior, you get more work

@ PRISON The guard locks and unlocks all the doors for you

@ WORK You must carry a security card
And open all the doors yourself


@ Prison You can watch TV and play games

@ WORK you could get fired for watching
TV and playing games


@ PRISON You get your own toilet


@ WORK
you have to share the toilet with
People who pee on the seat


@ PRISON They allow your family and friends to visit


@ WORK
you aren’t even supposed to speak
To your family

@ PRISON All expenses are paid by the taxpayers with no work required


@ WORK
you must pay all your expenses to go
To work, and they deduct taxes from
Your salary to pay for prisoners

@ PRISON You spend most of your life inside bars wanting to get out


@ WORK
you spend most of your time wanting
To get out and go inside bars


@ PRISON You must deal with sadistic wardens


@ WORK They are called “managers”


THERE IS SOMETHING SERIOUSLY WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE.


Now get back to work. You’re not getting paid to surf the blogosphere now are ya?

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