My daily routine. Morning: Feeling tired, cranky and lazy. Afternoon: I could go for a nap. Night: I can't sleep.
I always say "morning" instead of "good morning", because if it was a good morning, I'd still be asleep.
I already want to take a nap tomorrow.
He's so lazy that if there were work in bed, he would rather sleep on the floor.
I believe there should be a better way to start each day... instead of waking up every morning.
In the morning you beg to sleep more, in the afternoon you are dying to sleep, and at night you refuse to sleep.
Today I will live in the moment... unless that moment becomes unpleasant, in which case I'll take a nap.
At night, I can't fall asleep. In the morning, I can't get up.
I wish I was a kid again so everyone would be proud of me for taking a long nap.
Dear sleep, I'm sorry we broke up this morning. I want you back!
I have 206 bones, 650 muscles and 50 billion cells in my body. It takes time to wake up all of them up in the morning.
I'm a person who wants to do a lot of things trapped in the body of a person who wants to sleep a lot.
I'm not a morning person. I'm not even an afternoon person. I pretty much start functioning after 6pm.
People say "go big or go home" like going home is a bad thing. Heck yeah I want to go home, and I'll have a nap when I get there.
Son, if you really want something in this life, you have to work for it. Now quiet! They're about to announce the lottery numbers.
Who says nothing is impossible? I've been doing nothing for years.
Retirement is great, you get to be your own boss and tell yourself to do nothing all day.
I follow a rigorous exercise routine that I never get lazy about; fetching beer bottles from the fridge.
Ultimate lazy moment: Watching the sunrise on TV because you're too lazy to get up and watch it for real.
I always help my wife out with housework such as washing the dishes and doing the laundry. She washes them, and I let them dry.
I don't work on weekends, or any other day that ends with "Y".
I'm not lazy, I'm just very relaxed.
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