Not much is known about the origins of National Lazy Day—nor about its creator, so unfortunately, we can’t track him down and thank him for the gift of this glorious holiday. There has, historically, been an International Day of Laziness aka International Day of Doing Nothing aka IDODN, which, thankfully, is today!
So how do give celebrating this holiday the good old college try? Here are a couple of suggestions that we’re sure will inspire you.
8. Cake and lounge
What’s better than cake? Being lazy with cake, of course!
7. The advanced Lazy Boy-chillax pose
It might take some effort to put this magical thing together, but just imagine how it will benefit future lazy afternoons!
6. Work out the muscles that matter
Or if you’re feeling more up to it, take a page from Homer’s book:
5. Have a dog day afternoon
4. Get yourself one of these trashy babies
Cleaning up will never be the same again.
3. Go down every set of stairs…
…like so. So much time and effort saved!
2. Become an expert in the Prone Eating style
Why bother even sitting up? It’ll go where it’s supposed to…in the end.
1. Throw a partey!
A Lazy People Party, that is.
How do you plan on celebrating Lazy Day this year?