Those lazy, hazy days of summer aren’t too far off, 🌴☀ and hopefully, you’ll be able to relax like a slug at the pool, on the beach, or wherever warm days might take you last weeks of summer. 
Although even if you’re feeling lazy, your vocabulary doesn’t have to be. ☝😎

✅ 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!

✅ SLACK OFF – to work less hard or to be less than is usual or necessary.
● Workers tend to slack off on Mondays and Fridays.

✅ GET OFF (one’s) TAIL – To stop being idle, lazy, or unproductive. Taken literally, the phrase means to stand up ( because to be “on (one’s) tail” means to be sitting)
● You need to get off your tail and go find a job! 

✅ BUM AROUND – a person who avoids work and sponges on others; To hang out with no particular plan.
● It’s nice to have a day off to just bum around.

✅ LAZY DOG – a lazy person.
● Get out of bed, ya lazy dog!

✅ COUCH POTATO – a lazy person whose recreation consists chiefly of watching television and videos.
● Lisa wants to date a man who loves to travel and explore, not a couch potato who watches television all the time.

✅ GOOD-FOR-NOTHING – if you describe someone as good-for-nothing, you mean that they are lazy and irresponsible.
● Ruth’s boyfriend was a rich, charming, but good-for-nothing man.

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