The distant sea, lapping the sandy shore with measured sound; the nearer cries of the donkey-boys; the unusual scenes moving before her like pictures, which she cared not in her laziness to have fully explained before they passed away; the stroll down to the beach to breathe the sea-air, soft and warm on the sandy...
You gotta know when to be lazy. Done correctly, it’s an art form that benefits everyone.
A brick could make everything better for me. Now, if I could only find a way to get my hands on one. But it’s a silly dream, because I don’t have the ambition to get out from under my blanket and go out and grab the very thing I most desire.
I have a wandering eye and a lazy eye so they cancel each other out. It’s a push.
…the territory of unsubstantiated opinions embraced by lazy minds.
I train for the winning moments, hoping all those seconds off the clock will lead to firsts. I train for seconds, that’s all—not even a cumulative minute—and that’s why I only ever earn seconds. Still, I’d rather have time and silver than gold and sweat.
Never underestimate the capacity of people to choose the easy way.
The last shall not become the first if the last is lagging behind.
I cannot handle dull, lazy, morose people. I have been like that since childhood.
Standing in the shower, I feel something on the back of my leg that turns out to be my ass.
I always like to see people working. Makes me feel good because I’m not.
People are lazy that’s why today’s technology is crazy.
No. In the morning. Don’t let that damnsunlight fool you. It lies.
Great things come out of being hungry and cold. Once you’re pampered, you get lazy.
We make, see, and love films, not digitals. To convert all of our movies, home videos, theaters, photographs and television to digital would be like telling a painter to throw away his brushes and canvas for an I-Pad. Celluloid isn’t just nostalgic, it’s an art form and, like it or not, it’s superior to digital....