Originally Posted by Bella713
Oh Karen, I am the queen of laziness, If a pan is too hard to clean I will throw it out LOL LOL There is more and I don't want to embarass myself LOL LOL I'm loving that you bought new furniture, you are my kind of woman!!
Well, if you're the Queen of laziness, I've met the King!!!
About 4 years ago I went to visit a friend in Detroit. OMG! Talk about lazy!!!
He had lived in his apartment for over a year and hadn't finished unpacking.
He also didn't have a vacuum cleaner so his carpets had never been vacuumed! Good thing he didn't have any pets.
His bathroom was gross. I swear that he never swept his floor and that every single hair that he shaved off his face in that time was on the counter or floor.
His kitchen was kind of clean, only because he never used it! Really! He had never turned on his stove or oven in the entire time he lived there. He ate out or ordered in for every single meal. And his fridge had a pound of butter and some Sunny D in it... nothing else. And his stove was piled with boxes and odds and ends stuff that he never got around to putting away after unpacking it.
His living room had open suitcases that were still packed laying around on the floor from a trip he took to Africa 4 months before, and you couldn't see his coffee table for all of the extra computer parts he had laying around.
And the worse was his spare room which was his storage room. There were literally mountains and mountains of dirty laundry including packed boxes of dirty laundry that he carted from his last place. His closet was totally empty, his 6 drawer dresser was completely empty, and his linen cupboard was completely empty.
Yes, he did tend to work long hours (12 hour days), but even on his hours and/or days off he preferred to do other things like play a computer game, watch movies, or sleep rather than clean or do his laundry. When he ran out of clean clothing he went to Target and bought more. When he ran out of towels or sheets, he went to Target and bought more. He really, really, did!
I went there for a week long visit and I couldn't stand it!!!! While he was at work in the day instead of me going out shopping , I stayed in his apartment and cleaned and did laundry. It literally took me 5 days of doing laundry from about 8am to 10pm to get all of his laundry done. He had to go out and buy himself some of those big plastic storage bins so that his clean clothing could be put somewhere. By the time I was done his closet was jammed packed with hanging clothing, the top shelf was piled to the point I had to use a chair in order to reach high enough to put anything in there. His dresser was filled to the point it was hard to close the drawers and he had 5 large storage containers in the corner of his room stuffed to the brim with folded socks and underwear. His linen closet was also packed full.
When I wasn't doing laundry I was cleaning his bathroom and unpacking for him.
He kept telling me not to, but it bothered me so much to see his place in such disarray that I couldn't stop myself.
Now he was lazy!!!!! Since I was there he's bought a house (probably with all of the money he saved not having to go out and buy new clothing, towels, sheets every week, LOL). I haven't been back, but I'm sure his new house is in the same state. I can't imagine how he manages yard work...he probably has someone do it for him, lol