"Look, it's spring, so I have to start wearing shorts and shaving my legs again. But I'm still going to abide by the same logic of winter. Why bother putting work into the things no one will ever see?"
I can't even call this lazy. It's pure brilliance. This guy can eat without using his hands and continue to type without fear of getting grease on everything. He's achieved perpetual snacking, a state thought to be only a myth.
Think this is one of the saddest birthday parties you've ever seen? I wish I got a party as valuable as this. They received a lesson they'll be able to use everyday of their life: if you want something, make it yourself.
Sometimes to live luxuriously lazy you have to put the work in. You think it was easy to tip the TV over at just the right angle next to his blanket mattress? Not at all, but now that it's done, he gets to laze about to his heart's content.
If you're young, broke and want to see the world, you have options. But if you want to spend your vacation moving as little as possible, you also have ways to accomplish this. Frankly, this seems way nicer.
Sure, his friend is mortified to be captured in a photo with him. But who cares? Without having to spend the energy to lean forward, lift the glass, drink and then put the glass back he can concentrate fully on the movie they're watching. I wish I thought of this first.
You can tell by the box that the chair wasn't very expensive. It's likely a low-quality seat that'll break within a year. This is actually a clever way of stretching his dollar further. When you're in college, you have to do that sometimes.
We don't actually know if this is laziness. Maybe he went to the gym this morning, it was arm day and he wants to give his muscles time to rest for maximum recuperation. Who are you to judge? Don't go casting stones, because that's just showing off to people too lazy to lift and throw anything.
"Daylight saving time is so annoying. And it happens twice a year? Look, I don't even know how to set that clock and it's like seven feet up in the air. Just wait and it'll be correct again in six months."
We've all heard it's better to work smart than to work hard. This also applies to telemarketers. Hey, if they're going to be screamed at by strangers day in and day out, they're not getting paid enough to also exert physical effort.