- Have you ever done nothing for the day
Well what a totally lazy day
walked the dog then a very lazy day
both the missus and me watched a couple of films and slobbed about all day
now just managed to pick up the phone and order a curry
feel well relaxed and lazy had a great day 😀
even the dog got in on the lazy day and sleptPosted 4 years agobikebouyMember
Some weekends are just like that aren’t they. Ya get up, the body wobbles about instead of feeling taught and lythe it just sort of aches or feels numb, that’s the day I stick on the TV, fire up the hot chocolate, head for the biscuits and grab the sofa blanket and kick back and relax. Total indulgence day of dozing in warm comfyness.
No guilt here, none at all and no feelings of wasted days either..
I love them when they happen to come along.Posted 4 years agogrievoustimMember
For me it’s great if I “waste” the day doing things I like doing
Watching films or TV box sets
Listening to records
Reading good books
Eating nice food/ drinking good drinks
If I set out to have a productive day, and end up procrastinating and doing nothing – catch myself sat down browsing the Internet on my phone , eating rubbish to avoid going to the shop or whatever then I feel like crapPosted 4 years agodknwhySubscriber
Walking the dog is too much activity for a “nothing” day. I became somewhat of an expert living with my brother (a expert in nothingness who lives in boxer shorts and uses the thermostat as an item of clothing).Posted 4 years ago
The important questions of a nothing day should revolve around breakfast and lunch choice and arguments about whose turn it is to answer the door to the delivery driver.
You know you’ve made it when evening arrives and you utter the words, “it got dark, when did that happen?”willardMember
Once, but I had been awake for most of the two weeks before. I got home after napping in the car, went to sleep, woke up briefly, ate, went back to bed and then woke up the next day.
I was still behind on sleep after that.
Come to think of it, the last time I had to take really serious painkillers the same thing happened. Maybe it’s a healing thing.
These days, even a day off with nothing to do means dog walking and other stuff.Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
While I’m an inherently lazy sonofabitch, that laziness centres around avoiding doing as little as possible while still being gainfully employed. Outside of work, I really hate being sat indoors, I’ll take any opportunity to be outdoors somewhere, just walking, then sitting in a pub with a pint reading a book. I don’t ride the bikes much these days, but being outdoors I find really cathartic. I could easily spend hours reading a book when I should be working, however.Posted 4 years agoAlbanachMember
Having done my back in on the Thursday before Christmas the last 3 weeks have been very lazy with numerous days doing nothing. Today will be a sportathon on the couch with golf, cricket, rugby and some NFL – it’s pouring rain outside which helps take away some of the guilt but I’m getting very fed up with doing nothing!Posted 4 years ago
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