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lazy-bones

A particularly lazy or indolent person. Come on, lazy-bones, you've spent half the day in bed. Time to get up and be productive!

lazybones

n. a lazy person. I’m just a lazybones, but I don’t eat much.
References in classic literature ?
Stir those lazy bones of thine, for thou must get thee straightway to our good gossip, the draper Hugh Longshanks of Ancaster.
"Up with you, lazy bones! The strange Giant's club is bigger than your own, his shoulders are the broadest, and we think him the stronger of the two."
It's fly time and no wonder the cows suffer and slack up on their milk when there is a lazy bones like you around who won't even help haul away the manure."
And yet, what springs first to Chu-Chu Madrigal's mind about her is the expression, "'Wag kang batugan (Don't be a lazy bones)!" Tita Chito, she says, "was terribly disciplined and she demanded the same from all of us.
Every Sunday, my mother would wake us up, scolding us for being lazy bones yet were to be in church for the 9am service.
As if the universe just aligned so that I could have a good time and the bar could get a sparkling review, I walked into the Lazy Bones bar early on a mid-week night with three female friends to find two female employees setting up for a women's day party with touches of carnival decor.
So, we pay handsomely for poison - thinking it is tonic for our weary or lazy bones. This is about obedient domestic workers murdering their employers.
They are an encouragement to other Kenyans to take up active lifestyles, save up, travel the world and, most importantly, keep the country's image high up there.Indeed, a wake-up call and an indictment to some of us pub crawlers and lazy bones who can hardly attack two flights of stairs without summoning a pit stop to gasp for breath.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 10 (ANI): Not enough credit is given to the lazy bones of the world.
No sooner did people have TVs in their homes than Zenith invented a remote control, calling it Lazy Bones, in 1950.
Caption: The cover for WITCH's classic Lazy Bones II, released in 1975 Below: Singer Jagari Chanda with a new WITCH line-up in the recent documentary, 'We Intend to Cause Havoc', filmed in Liverpool, UK
Vincent de Paul Society, or the stepdaughter & son-in-law with 3 kids & more house than they can take care of--okay, i wash dishes, fold laundry, sweep the floors, paint the bedrooms, help with the schoolwork, generally make myself useful, curse my lack of lazy bones & greet myself coming & going, & it's swell to be needed...
I like it because it would look great in any room, not just for beside the bed of lazy bones.
I like this because it would look great in any room, not just for beside the bed of lazy bones.