Being Lazy is Haaard

Hi y’all! This week I’m writing my blog post on my phone at a reasonable time! Wow! Summer has changed me…but maybe not for the better. 

You may have noticed that these past few blog posts have mostly been pictures and little captions with minimum writing input of my own. The reason for that is… extremely hard to talk about, but.. I want you all to know, so..*sniff*.. I am diagnosed with a disease called…

…laziness.

I know, I know. It was shocking for me, too. After years of staying in bed until 2 pm and refusing to take showers for days, I finally decided to recognize my problem. 

Laziness, also known as couch potato-itis, affects millions around the world, specifically in the United States. Symptoms include, but are not limited to:

-an overwhelming desire to remain in bed all day, night, fortnight, century, etc.

-dismissal of all invitations to social events

-reluctance to shower, exercise, and complete other daily activities 

-procrastination of school assignments and projects 

-tendencies to consume food and drink that is easily accessed instead of cooking

-neglect of all nerdy responsibilities such as updating blogs, fanfiction, and artwork (#writersblocklol)

This disease is not to be taken lightly. Laziness can affect overall state of health, social life, and/or intelligence in a matter of weeks. Extreme cases may lead to fatal outcomes… probably (not).

Here is a picture of a “lazy person” in their natural habitat:

Look how wild and majestic.

There is no cure for laziness yet, but many suggestions have been made to help recovery. Setting goals, alarms, and plans for each day is a common method for helping small cases. However, big couch potatoes, like me, are struggling to pull themselves from their comfy, dark caves of wifi and junk food. 

With little inspiration and no motivation, my laziness is keeping me from finishing this blog. 

Please, help lazy people around the world stand up and go outside. Otherwise, the Puritans will hang them for idleness (I had to make that APUSH joke hahahhahahhaha).

And, in an effort to cure my disease, I’m going to leave my house and attend a social event with my friends.

(Just kidding! I’m going to watch RuPaul’s Drag Race and eat an entire box of oatmeal creme pies!)

Bye! Love you bunches!

~Vannah Smalley

P.S. Happy Birthday Emily! 💓

FBAWTFT Update: 530 days. I was too lazy to put an exclamation point.