That reminds me of the classic British TV show, Butterflies. In it, the main characters, Rhea, is a middle aged housewife with two teenage sons and a mostly-clueless husband. She's overworked and underappreciated.
In one episode, she jokes about dying (in a very dry, British, gallows humor, not-at-all serious kind of way,) then says. "Well. At least I'd get a good lie-in" which is British for"At least I'd get to sleep late."
There've been times when I could relate. *sigh*
Oh! That show was a classic. Like the episode in which Rhea is so disgusted and overwhelmed by the dinner table after supper that, instead of even attempting to do the washing up, she covers everything with a table cloth and walks away. Hmm. I'll have to see if I can find that show on Netflix.