blown cherry It really shits me.

People tell me they're lazy all the time, but they really don't understand just exactly how lazy I am, and how they seriously don't compare to me.

I've spent 5 years at uni, and am only in second year physics, and have accumulated almost $20000 worth of HECS debt (college loan for the non-aussies), largely due to the fact that I am a lazy shit and never bother to do anything that I really need to do. So semester after semester passes me by, fail after fail appearing on my academic statement, each one indicating another $600 or so down the drain.

And so many other projects I start in my head which never come into existence because I'm a lazy shit.

I won't get out of bed, I won't leave my room, but maybe I have some additional reasons for that.

My laziness disgusts me, but I can't be bothered to do anything about it.

If I weren't so lazy I'd be fucking brilliant.
silentbob perceptions says:

sometimes i don't eat because i'm too lazy to wash the dishes to do so
sporkwielder i'm too lazy to blath about being lazy. Good thing i have my assistant here to do things for me 020418
Photophobe I'm so lazy that the lazy part of my brain has had a breakdown from overuse, and now I'm forced to do stuff! 020418
god i'm so lazy that i'm asleep this very moment. 020420
MDogMA boredom or having nothing to do i don't know which, but they both suit me. 021219
kat I drink because I'm lazy, and I'm lazy because I drink too much... I wonder which one came first. 040301
mark I used to be very lazy guy, so lazy that I always used to come up with some reason for it. (Something like its not laziness but detachment/some crap like that). Sometimes my laziness is helpful too because it pushes me to get things in done in an easier way. One thing I have learned is that you shouldnt try to crush laziness but mellow it by understanding and reasoning it. I think some people are so lazy that they dont even try to understand whats going on in their minds. Its best to make it a practise that we reason everything before we do it, no matter if its watching TV, sleeping all the time, doing nothing but eating/sleeping, etc. If I am able to come out of that crap I believe any body can do it. 040304
Lazy bastard sadly im just like that out of highschool with super grades, didnt do any work. got into uni, barely squeezed by in first year even though i didn't do any work. now in second year, i'm about to fail out coz i didn't do any work. it sucks when you dont know how to change the situation or even where to start. 041220
oren I don't think necessity is the mother of invention - invention, in my opinion, arises directly from idleness, possibly also from laziness. To save oneself trouble.
Agatha_Christie (1890 - 1976)

Ambition is a poor excuse for not having sense enough to be lazy.
Edgar_Bergen (1903 - 1978)

Idleness and lack of occupation tend - nay are dragged - towards evil.
Hippocrates (460 BC - 377 BC)

Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired.
Jules_Renard (1864 - 1910)

There is no pleasure in having nothing to do; the fun is in having lots to do and not doing it.

He that is busy is tempted by but one devil; he that is idle, by a legion.
Thomas_Fuller (1608 - 1661)

Laziness disguises the benefits of opportunity.
markov_chaney a good friend of mine is fond of saying

every decision is the death of a thousand possibilities
andru235 most of the other mammals are quite lazy. the beaver may be an exception, but the beaver is obsessive-compulsive, continuing to fell trees long after the year's fifteenth dam has been built. let us not pretend the beaver is such a paragon of animal excellence. of course, let us not dismiss the beaver's zeal as meritless, either.

more or less, nature likes her mammals lazy. the tiger yawns, the orangutan naps. and the sloth - well.

it's fun to connect laziness with the world's vices, sure, but was it laziness that built the concentration camps?

was it laziness that manufactured the weapons used by mao or stalin to murder a hundred million or so?

how many nuclear weapons have been built by laziness?

murder, rape, and theft - and most other crimes - all require deliberation and much, much effort. if one wants to be a felon, sitting around on the couch will not do the trick. pretty tough to even commit a misdemeanor if one insists upon lounging about relentlessly.

busybodies think only of the negative aspects of laziness, and see only the positive aspects of industriousness. (both have their faults and qualities, and in equal proportion.)

whereas lazy people don't really think about it one way or the other - why go to all the trouble of analyzing everything?
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