Is it really true?
Does one thing become another thing if we use a different word to describe that thing? (That sounds complicated.)
Because here's a word I would rename.
I'm thinking about calling it by another name.
I'm thinking about calling it . . . vacation.
Three meals a day. Not prepared in any way by my own hands. And if I am really contrary, those meals will be carried to me in a private, quiet room where I sit alone on the only piece of furniture available. A bed.
Time set aside with regular consistency each and every day to exercise. And a facility in which to do said exercise. All at absolutely no cost to me. None whatsoever.
Loads of uninterrupted reading time.
I don't have to fold anyone's laundry - not even my own.
No concerns over what to wear because the clothing is already provided. And who cares what matches or doesn't? Everyone is wearing the same classy brand and style.
Unlimited time to write and to think.
I'm pretty sure I can even take some self-help and educational, inspirational classes.
No need for make up or even basic grooming - there are no men around to impress.
More time for a phone call than I currently have.
Hmmmm. So if I officially rename "prison" to "vacation" do I have to commit a crime to be included in on this sweet deal?