Sometimes, in an effort to save time and effort, people will find a creative new way of doing things. Other times, people get really creative. These hacks are ingenious, sure, but they’re so lazy you might still want to judge the people responsible for them.
Even when you’re sharing the word of God, sometimes, it’s just too hot to keep going. Hopefully, that church is air-conditioned!
Not very creative, but effective.
I guess the type of person who regularly eats fast food might find that the lines (and standing) are just too much to bear. Of course, grabbing a chair is extra work too, so…who knows?
Accident is waiting to happen.
I could see this backfiring a number of different ways, including some serious arm injuries, but if it works, I’m sure they’ve found a new way to take out the trash.
There’s always a trade-off. In this instance, it’s having to live with popcorn crumbs in your hoodie until you wash it. But if you’re not the type of person who worries about crumbs, this is a great solution.
Someone on the far side of the room is using the laser pointer in the hopes that the cat jumps and hits the switch. Once you train your cat, you’ll never need to stand again.
Many opportunities for failure here.
If you’re the type of person who owns a golf cart, clearly you value convenience. This will be convenient until a runaway mower does damage to the lawn…or your body.
New reason to get a webcam.
They say a watched pot never boils, but hopefully, the wait is a little more bearable if you’re able to stay at your desk while you watch it.
When you can just go get your vacuum, plug it in, lower it out the window, then hope that it sucks up (without destroying) whatever you were trying to retrieve.
The person who invented the straw must have been a lazy soul. But we’ve been using them for ages, so I guess we’re just as bad, but maybe not as ingenious.
I understand tilting the screen to watch a movie, but this person’s clearly surfing the web. Hopefully that wireless mouse on the wall doesn’t result in a rotator cuff injury.
What? It’s a Christmas tree!
I guess the spirit of the season is still here. And you get the smell as well. You also don’t have to deal with needles. But if you have kids, this could turn them off of Christmas. The magic’s missing here.
Eh, close enough, isn’t it?
You don’t need to take the doorstop out of its packaging to get it to work. But if that’s how you were going to use it, why not save money and just use a book or something?
Lounging AND putting in some quality time with the kid.
You better switch arms if you’re going to attempt this, otherwise, one side of your body would get a lot bigger than the other one.
Sure, they’ll get the message just fine, but isn’t the fun part of a birthday cake actually eating it?
Also, this person clearly didn’t want to make a separate trip for appropriate candles, so a dining candle serves as a substitute.