Last Updated on April 20, 2020

  1. In jail, you spend most of your time in a 8m x 10m room. In the office, you spend most of your time in a 2m x 3m cubicle.
  2. In jail, you eat three meals a day. At the office, you have only one snack, which you also have to pay for.
  3. In jail, you have time to meditate at your life. When you work in an office, you don’t have time for such deep thoughts.
  4. In jail, there is always a guard who opens and closes doors for you. At the office, you have to do it yourself, and take care of your keys.
  5. In jail, you can watch TV. At the office, if your boss catches you doing that you’re in trouble.
  6. In jail, you are entitled to visits from your family and friends. At the office, you barely have any time to give them a call.
  7. When in jail, the state is paying for your living and you don’t have to work. At the office, after you work and you get your salary, you pay your taxes, and what’s left?…

I suppose we shouldn’t wonder why some people choose to do things that take them back to jail immediately after they get out.