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People Share The Laziest Thing They Do On A Daily Basis

I'm too tired to think....

Life is hard. Everyday can be a struggle for sure. Sometimes being a little lazy can go a long way. Whether it's that extra hour (or two) of sleep or the lack of energy to get up from the couch because you left the remote ten looooong feet away, we all have a lethargic need we secretly embrace. Why be secret? Share it, be proud. We all have that something. If we didn't, we'd never make it through. The body needs rest, think of it that way.

Redditor u/LeeN500 wanted everyone to divulge their prideful, slothlike tendencies by asking.... What's the laziest thing you do fairly frequently?


Just give my pizza! 

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I don't do this anymore, as this was back when I lived in a student house. My bedroom was on the ground floor at the front of the house, and my bed was up against the front window. I would order pizza then when the delivery guy turned up, I'd just open the window and has him pass me the pizza through the window. I didn't even need to get out of bed. Whapwhaaap

Zero Tolerance...

I always heat things up in the microwave at "1:11" or "2:22" etc so that I don't have to move my finger to the 0. adooli2131

I press the "instant 30 seconds" button multiple times to avoid the need to press any other buttons. thoreauaway62

Just another hour! 

Lay in bed until 2:13pm, reading posts about what other lazy things people do. I should really get up, but this bed is so warm. crutchfieldt21

You are not alone I'm doing the exact same thing. I start work soon so I have another hour maximum. LeeN500

It's just easier... 

When I was a kid I used to go to sleep dressed in the clothes I was going to wear to school the next day. Shirt, jeans, socks, everything except the shoes. It lasted quite a while until my folks put a stop to it. beerbellybegone

Well that's just common sense...

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Leave the dishes in the sink to "soak." RikimaruTheAssassin

Time will clean the pan. 762RiflemanI

am super lazy with a lot of things but for some reason I can't stand dirty dishes in the sink. DekeKneePulls

That's not healthy....

Rather than eat I stay where I am until I am hungry enough to eat a lot. slaydesilver

I have nothing to do I'll stay in bed until i either need: the toilet, something to eat or my phone charger. LeeN500

A Quiet Place... 

Sit on the toilet for WAY longer than I need to so I don't have to talk to anyone. pm_cute_selfies

My sister goes to the bathroom for extended periods of time whenever she has to do any chores. Clean up a game, take out the trash, or wash the dishes. By the time she gets out someone else will have done it. extremepacemaker

Need a charge?

Sit on my sofa staring into darkness for an hour because my phone has run out of battery and I can't be bothered to go get a charger. SomeHSomeE

I do this on occasion, though without the chargeless phone part.

I don't do it on purpose, but I actually think it's important to have deep introspection like that from time to time. I'll just find myself sitting in a random place and suddenly just feel like not doing a single thing for the next long while beyond staring at some random object. codered434

Yay for naps! 

Take naps during the day even though i know it'll ruin my sleep. ArcaneFuji

Naps are my favorite, I'd nap every day from about noon to two if I didn't have to be at work 5 days a week. It generally doesn't mess up my sleep schedule if it's that early in the day, but the times I pass out in my chair at 6 pm on Sunday really screw me up.

Napping is weird, I cannot fall asleep at night unless I'm lying in my back in a dark room with a steady nose source (like a fan, I'm using a sound machine right now since it's cold). But a nap? I can fall asleep in my chair with my feet hanging off the ottoman while my boyfriend plays battlefield at a regular volume, or on my stomach or side, or all scrunched up in a ball. sloppy_lobster

Now that is LAZY! 

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Rented a car for another day because I didn't want to get up and return it. RelevantAdagio

Wow. This one wins. PM__ME__YOUR__RANTS

Some say that the car remains rented to this day. elee0228

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