Lazy people know that being lazy is not a choice. They were born to be a lazy piece of poo. They probably wouldn”t choose to be lazy; it just happens naturally, and there is nothing they can do about it. Even if they could miraculously not be lazy, they would still lounge about, ponder the ceiling, and put off any attempt at reform.
There are lazy people, and there are these lazy people. These people go beyond procrastination and lacking effort. They take laziness to new heights…and new lows.
Wal-Mart is basically a debutant”s ball.
A watched pot never boils.
This is actually pretty brilliant.
To be fair, making IDs is quite boring.
Bringing your own chair? Bold.
Hey, the floor is still getting cleaned.
Maybe you shouldn”t be drinking beer if you feel that bad.
That”s actually kind of contradictory.
I don”t think it works like that.
These people need to get motivated, but they definitely won”t. Laziness is a disease, and you”re either born with it or you”re not. These people have some of the more extreme cases of the disease. You should count yourself lucky that you”re not among them.