I once saw someone enter 16+0 on a calculator.
That isn't lazy. That's stupid.
lol You know, some accounting students do this. The constant use of the calculator is sometimes go ingrained that adding numbers become some sort of an "automatic process". Usually though, students realize the zero part while pressing on the buttons and they would be surprised and laugh at themselves. But yes, that's kinda lazy. :D
*so, not go
That's more being completly stupid than anything.
ahahaha. isn't that more work that lazy?
Nedkelly what's the furthest you've run in one morning?
it was almost 27 miles for this american!
Nonsense. We were all kindergartners once, and therefore had to prove to ourselves that this was indeed, a magic device.
Americans using escalators to go to the GYM
Sad but true. And they park in the handicapped spot so as to avoid walking an extra ten feet. :/
Stop hating on Americans
Stop hating on Americans. Thats so not true. Stop listening to the hype
@golden10 how do you know? lol
I imagine there are lazy people in every country though. You don't know any lazy Aussie's, Ned? ;)
C'mon, the gym was on the fourth floor. I'd be too tired to work out. ;D
it's so exhausting.
Text someone in the next room. (my kids)
I'm guilty of this. :D
haha, same :)
thats NOT LAZY.....my kids do it too, its for "Privacy'
It takes MORE energy to text!
Not when they are texting me or whoever is in the kitchen to bring them a can of pop. It's lazy.
I totally agree on this. My friend does that all the time when she's over, she asks me to text her..I don't really know why..
Put their dog on the treadmill instead of taking it for a walk.
oh my gosh, seriously/! lol That's terrible!
Actually it depends on the circumstances. If one has a number of dogs and needs to keep them in show or working condition they may use a treadmill. It isn't easy to walk a number of dogs at one time. There is also weather to consider.
That's not what she's talking about and I've seen smokers outside in all weathers, if they can do it so can dog walkers, at least they would be walking, not standing still for 5 whole minutes .
I saw that on the Dog Whisperer, its good for people who are unable to walk their dogs. Some dogs need lots of exercise.
while working in a bookstore, customers would ask for help to find the <br />
Clearly, they weren't capable of self-help, and that's why they needed the self-help section! If your self-help material was any good, they wouldn't need to ask a second time!!
Parking in a handicap parking space and don't have a handicap sticker because they're too lazy to walk the distant...OMG!!
My neighbor literally drives past her driveway to get to her mailbox, gets her mail, and then has to back her car up to get back to her driveway. She parks her car no more than 15 feet from her mailbox. It kills me a little bit on the inside each and every day. It takes longer to do all that than it would just to walk to her mailbox, there's no way walking 15 feet is that tiring!
My neighbor does the same thing!
hahahahahahaha!!! Are you my snoopy neighbor lookin out the window at me??
Those people who ride in those little hover-rounds in Walmart and then walk to their cars.
Yeah I like to call them obesicycles, especially if they're so fat that you can't see the scooter. Haha
Sending an email to someone in the same room.
leave their dishes in there bed for a few days before finally bringing it down to the kitchen....gross.
I know someone does that.
The laziest thing I see frequently is people park right next to the cart return and then put the cart on the side of the car opposite of the return....seriously?
Log on EP for hours, like me.
Too lazy to look presentable, but downright hilarious!
Are you implying something here?
I love Walmart and I am in England.
There aren't WalMarts in England are there? I know they have Whole Foods.
A friend who lived two blocks from the job---drove to work and parked in a lot three blocks away.
That sounds a bit ridiculous. Drive two blocks and walk three?
My son in law used to take the car to go the the store which was one block away and he had to drive 5 blocks to get there because of all the one way streets. It was only one block home though.
Once I grabbed a couple sticks, and a saw, and made a tool that allowed me to reach across my room, and turn on/off my light, and lock/unlock my door, without getting up.
It's amazing how much work people do for the sake of laziness!
I know, right? xD Laziness is hard work, lol!
saw some1 shout for his lil brother upstairs to come handle him the TV control 2 meters a way from him
haha! I can see this...
Or ask me to get the phone from the car because it's too cold.
That is not lazy.
Picture this:<br />
My sister and brother-in-law are sitting in side by side bedrooms on their own computers (yes, they are addicted to the internet), the cordless phone on the stand between the rooms rings, they IM each other the same thing: Are you gonna get that?<br />
That is lazy!
my roommates husband-instead of picking up something he kicks it across the floor instead