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    Default Confessions of a lazy person...

    I've just realised that I will pay over a $1 more on a canned product just because it has a pull ring, even tho I own a can opener. There, I said it.

    Any other confessions of pure laziness?

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    I do the same with cheese. I buy grated or sliced because I am too lazy to grate/cut a block...

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    I'll buy 3x2L milks instead of 2x3L which is a little cheaper, because I can't be bothered wrangling 3L milk cartons when full!

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    I love reading this stuff... keep going. I have clinically diagnosed OCD so this is always both inspirational, and also humorous, as I do see what you all mean in this thread !!


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    My five year old was looking through a catalogue the other day when she said, "mum what is that?" It was a pic of an iron lol! I don't own one and she has never seen one. I hadto explain what they do lol! So funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueberry Crumble View Post
    My five year old was looking through a catalogue the other day when she said, "mum what is that?" It was a pic of an iron lol! I don't own one and she has never seen one. I hadto explain what they do lol! So funny
    This is brilliant.

    My work returned 'my iron' that I lent them in 2009. Have no memory of that. Hadn't missed it.

    My cutlery set that I purchased in January is still sitting in my car. This means I have to wash my two knives and forks daily, so my laziness is actually causing me to work hard.

    I buy a carton of coke zero, and then a couple of bottles as well so I don't have to get up to get more coke when I have my day to myself.

    I bought a laptop because I was sick of walking through the house to my study to use Office on my home computer. Now I'm thinking of buying a printer for my bedroom to plug into my laptop.

    I bought a new laminator for home instead of carrying the one home from my classroom.

    I once had to pay over $200 in late fees for video rentals that I kept for over 6 months. The video store was 800 metres from my house. I regularly used to order delivery from the Indian restaurant next door to the video shop.

    Sigh.

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    I run DH's work shirts through the dryer - several times if I have to - just so I don't have to iron them. The stupid things are so prone to wrinkles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KitiK View Post
    I do the same with cheese. I buy grated or sliced because I am too lazy to grate/cut a block...
    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post

    My cutlery set that I purchased in January is still sitting in my car. This means I have to wash my two knives and forks daily, so my laziness is actually causing me to work hard.



    Sigh.

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    @harvs... We have a wifi printer in the lounge, laptops all hook up wirelessly. Even though you would still have to physically get up and walk to the printer eventually....

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