Laziness Quotes, Sayings about being lazy

Laziness bears the fruit of hunger and crimes, and those who choose the right path are those willing to pay the price.
– Michael Bassey Johnson

Periods of wholesome laziness, after days of energetic effort, will wonderfully tone up the mind and body.
– Grenville Kleiser

Far from idleness being the root of all evil, it is rather the only true good.
– Soren Kierkegaard

He that is busy is tempted by but one devil; he that is idle, by a legion.
– Thomas Fuller

It’s true hard work never killed anybody, but I figure, why take the chance?
– Ronald Reagan

We have produced a world of contented bodies and discontented minds.
– Adam Clayton

Tomorrow is the only day in the year that appeals to a lazy man.
– Jimmy Lyons

I like the word “indolence.” It makes my laziness seem classy.
– Bern Williams

For Satan finds some mischief still For idle hands to do.
– Isaac Watts

Tomorrow is often the busiest day of the year.
– Spanish proverb

Laziness is a secret ingredient that goes into failure. But it’s only kept a secret from the person who fails.
– Robert Half

Look at them Smithers.Goldbrickers.. Layabouts.. Slug-a-beds! Little do they realise their days of suckling at my teat are numbered.
– Monty Burns

You’ve got to look for a gap, where competitors in a market have grown lazy and lost contact with the readers or the viewers.
– Rupert Murdoch

Never be entirely idle; but either be reading, or writing, or praying or meditating or endeavoring something for the public good.
– Thomas

The lust for comfort, that stealthy thing that enters the house a guest and then becomes a host, and then a master.
– Kahlil Gibran

To do nothing at all is the most difficult thing in the world, the most difficult and the most intellectual.
– Oscar Wilde

Whenever there is a hard job to be done I assign it to a lazy man; he is sure to find an easy way of doing it.
– Walter Chrysler

It is the just doom of laziness and a gluttony to be inactive without ease, and drowsy without tranquillity.
– Samuel Johnson

The modern sympathy with invalids is morbid. Illness of any kind is hardly a thing to encourage in others.
– Oscar Wilde

We seldom call anybody lazy, but such as we reckon inferior to us, and of whom we expect some service.
– Bernard Mandeville