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As the afternoon wore on, Henry became more and more convinced that everyone else in the office had been replaced with a robot—and not even the good kind of robots, the ones that boost productivity and enjoy doing repetitive tasks: no, these robots were lazier than Henry’s human coworkers had been.

    TAGS:  Henry, robots, coworkers, lazy

Seasonals :: Keith

A bit on the lazy side, Ted didn’t think much about sweating during the winter.

    TAGS:  lazy

Cheap Analysis :: Keith

In the dream world I’m sort of a violent pacifist, but don’t worry, once I wake up I’m mostly just lazy.

    TAGS:  analysis, lazy, violent, pacifist

“Because I’m lazy” is *not* an acceptable excuse.

    TAGS:  excuses, fish, lazy, houseguests, unacceptable

Lately all I seem capable of doing is sitting and gazing, dreaming of other places, so if you are one of the many waiting for me to do something, please feel free to keep waiting.

    TAGS:  alert, daydreaming, lazy, gazing


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