10 of the Laziest Things Ever Done…Ever

Recently, Reddit users were asked the following question: What’s the laziest thing you’ve ever done? The answers will both amaze and horrify you.

phonespacetime8: I called the restaurant to send the waiter back to my table.

keyboardAlbuyeh: Used to have one of those clap on/clap off lights in my room. I hated clapping so I just made an audio recording of me clapping and mapped it to one of the programmable keys on my keyboard.

cerealabqguy: I ran out of clean bowls for cereal. So I lined the bowls with foil, over the old food, and made a bowl of cereal. After that I threw the foil away and did it again the next day.

sockwilliamwilliam: Eating a microwaveable meal in bed, I got it all over. I then took off my sock to use as a napkin.

youtube-the-secret-ingredient-for-job-recruitment-infographic-501ecffedflakai42: I tried to skip to the good part of a 33-second YouTube video.

escalatorbounce580: Drove to class. Escalators up to third-floor classroom were broken. Went home.

ExaminedPear: I downloaded a movie instead of going upstairs to grab the DVD.

NathanKett: I once watched two hours of “Antiques Roadshow” because the cat jumped up in front of the TV sensor as I was flicking through channels and fell asleep.

Reddits_One_True_God: Attached my dog’s leash to my RC monster truck car and walked her around the cul-de-sac with it…all from the comfort of my living room.

microwaveirregularinfatuation: I always heat things in the microwave for 1:11 or 2:22 because I’m too lazy to move my fingers to the 0 before I hit start.



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