On Laziness

Written by Mike Parish, Illustrated by Dan Tarnowski
On Laziness

One of the easiest things in life to be is lazy. You’d think it’d be one of the hardest; it requires more thought to not do something than to simply do said something without thinking about doing it, not to mention all of the wasted time and mental energy spent convincing yourself over and over again that lethargy is the best option. When I find myself in a lazy mood, the things I am being lazy about hang in my mind like animal carcasses in a meat locker, only the meat locker’s air conditioning unit is on the fritz and the temperature is rising rapidly and the carcasses are beginning to rot. Though they smell horrible, I just don’t care, the whole world could be ending, and I would just not give a shit.

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