Thread: The Talentless Lazybones Guild
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He lives alone
And are we surprised at that? Noooooo.
Nah..... that's boring. I tried...
Gotta do things... My fingers won't rest. Gotta go....
But I'll have to start studying now if I don't want to fail.
Catch you peoples again later!
We were sitting down eating dinner. On the couch of course. Mum is energetic and non-lazy until she sits down. "Mum, where's my cutlery?" said me and my brotehr. So Mum said: "In the drawer. it's the one that's open. I was too lazy to shut it." But we were too lazy to get it. "Ew, it's that yukky ad we all hate!" we said. "Thren mute it." said Dad. "Henry, mute it!" "Where the mute?" said my brother. "Right beside you, male!" said me. "he was too lazy to pick it up nd press the button. Then we finished the film. (The World is not enough) after many incidents in which henry would not put up the sound because we c oudln't hear it, because he couldn't be gbothered reachignn down beside him for the mute. And it finished. Then it was time to go to bed. But we were all too lazy to move. All too lazy to put the TV off. All too lazy to put our finished dinners on the ground. All too lazy to do anything. Excepty Dad, who yelled at us to get up, even though he was too lazy to get up himself.
(And by the way, I ahve sixz pseudo-silmarils!)
"Couch Potatoes of the World, Unite!"
WE SLACKERS WILL UNITE!!!...TOMMOROW!
I just need a little bit.
I've got a mound of laundry that needs to be folded about a mile high, I'm moving in sixteen days, but haven't done one single thing to pack, I haven't shaved my legs in about five days(yikes!), I still haven't repaired my son's skeleton costume, and tomorrow is Halloween, and I haven't turned in my daughter's Girl Scout fall fundraiser items to the people that ordered them, even though it's been about four weeks since I got it all.
I hereby nominate myself for a charter membership to this lovely club...any other takers?
I'd challenge you to the title. But not now, maybe tomorrow...
**blushes** Thank you, Amarie! Though I'm not sure you want to pattern your life after mine-I've done PLENTY of stupid things! But thanks for the love anyway. It's not telling you anything you don't already know, but you're the best! However, as to the challenge:
Today I elected to ignore the laundry again and stuff it back into the dryer rather than fold it, I once again spent a good part of the day at the park with my kids instead of attempting to pack, and I only today realized that it has been over four months since I called my father last-isn't that horrible? Top that, Miss Amarie!
Sound just made for me.
Didn't do anything today except watch tv in the morning and sit in front of the pc all day long!!!
You guys are priceless.
Well I could not join as I am meticulous, start my day around three thirty or four and work work work and love discipline and order and schedule.
Howe ver, even the worst lazybones out there needs a beautiful meal now and then and fresh pajamas and bedding, to walk into a clean smelling orderly house.
So........if ever you tire of wearing crusty pajamas or laying in bedding that has lost its former color and not because it was th rown in with the dark things, if your tummys are wailing and you would like a substantial tasty great meal, if your relatives are coming to stay and would not be able to make it past the door.............
I am your girl. No cost to you.
I'm so lazy that I let Count Dracula drink my blood just to make myself lighter, thus making walking far less painstaking. I leave the porch light on for him and the door unlocked, but he insists on flying into the window in bat form. The thud usually wakes me up, but I just go back to sleep. When Vlad finally breaks the window, I'll probably be far too lazy to replace it. This will lead to a draft in the winter time. The combination of the lowered temperature of my sleeping chamber and my loss of blood will probably result in hypothermia. Basically, I'm so lazy that freezing to death seems likely despite the fact that I live in a fairly warm climate zone.
*Attempts to raise finger in acknowledgement but gives up*