We all do lazy things now and again.
But each of these people took it to another level of laziness. Just wait and see...
via: ShutterstockIn my late teens, home from college for break. Woke up and thought I smelled bacon cooking. Didn't want to get up if all the bacon was gone already. Debated what to do, then decided to grab my cell phone and call my house. I asked my mom if there was any bacon left, she said yes, and brought me a plate with pancakes a few minutes later. –WTF_ARE_YOU_ODIN
via: ShutterstockIf I'm heating something up in the microwave, I'll push "33" instead of "30" because pressing "30" would require me to move my finger. –kilgore2345
via: ShutterstockI recently had an appendectomy (removed my appendix after it ruptured) and had to stay in the hospital to recover for several days. I was actually recovering quickly, but when the nurses suggested removing my catheter, I acted like the pain was worse than it really was, so they’d leave it in and I wouldn’t have to get up and go to the bathroom. Given my normally hectic workaholic lifestyle, I was actually enjoying laying in bed, on morphine, watching TV and sleeping whenever I wanted... so I rode out the hospital stay for at least 48 hours longer than I really needed to. –Yeah_i_grew_wings
via: ShutterstockI knew a guy who lived above a Fish & Chip shop, he was hungry and rather than walking downstairs to see if it was open, he used google street view to zoom in on the opening times sign... –bowlch
via: ShutterstockRented a car for another day because I didn't want to get up and return it. –Uhhhhdel
via: ShutterstockHere is mine: my daughter asked for the remote. I hooked it under the dog's collar and then had her call him over for snuggles. I don’t even feel bad because he loved attention. –Mytrixrnot4kids
via: ShutterstockI ordered takeout delivery from the Chinese restaurant literally across the street. When I say literally, I mean literally. It was so close that from my front door I could get to the restaurant faster than I could get to my own kitchen. When they forgot part of my order, I called them up and got them to bring the missing food over. (In my defence, I was very ill at the time.) –Portarossa
via: ShutterstockBought all the stuff to make delicious homemade pizzas at home. Got home. Laid on the couch, fell asleep, ordered Dominos instead. –Synli
via: ShutterstockI hand people oranges and they start peeling them instinctively and then I ask for it back once they're done. Works about..... 100% with my mother and 70% with other people. –Cure_my_Addition
via: ShutterstockIn the living room with my dad, I knew his phone was in the kitchen. So I slyly phoned it, he inevitably got up to get his phone; when he answered, I asked him if he could make me a cup of tea while he was in the kitchen. –tanker9000
via: ShutterstockWalked out the wrong exit of a subway. Paid the $2.50 to go back in and walk out the other exit rather than spend the extra 5 minutes it would have taken to walk to my destination. –jurassicbond
via: ShutterstockLet the cat eat the Corn Flakes the kids dropped on the floor instead of sweeping. –spleen1138
via: ShutterstockWhen I was a teen living at home, my mother did my laundry. I didn't put it away for days. She said please put that folded laundry away so I can have the laundry baskets to do more clothes. Rather than put it away, I just bought her more laundry baskets on my way home from my after school job. –Sigma1042
via: ShutterstockNot me, but a buddy of mine was laying in bed one morning. Picked his nose and had nowhere to put it - put it back –Chan_Janet
via: Shutterstockwhen I was recovering from knee surgery and the walk to the bathroom was like a 20-minute ordeal, peeing in a jug instead of getting out of bed. also weirdly pee related: when I was a kid living in my parents' house, my bedroom was in the basement but the only bathroom in the house was upstairs on the 2nd floor. if I had to pee during the night, I'd just walk out the basement door into the backyard and go in the bushes. –Hrekires
via: ShutterstockI napped through a tornado. I heard it going over my house and I just rolled over. –Russrussrustyruss
via: ShutterstockI secretly trained our new puppy to fetch stuff for me but I would only command her when no one is looking. For example, I’m too lazy to get my other slipper (which is, like, 5 steps away from me), I’d command her to get it and watch her use her snout to push it towards me. –honeyhobby Share this with your laziest friend!