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What is the difference in comfort and lazyness

 
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Is lift/escalators made for men's comfort or it is invented because human is a lazy animal ?
 
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Yes.
 
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Could also be no.
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To be lazy is to seek comfort. Most people seem to use 'lazy' in a derogatory way to speak of shortsighted seeking of comfort, but those people need to figure out that happiness means different things to different people and stop pestering those of us who would rather be sleeping.
 
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hi all,
just a joke popped out from my past....
once a very lazy boy had a very rich father. he was so lazy that he would not even like to change his clothes himself, eat himself...
he asked his father if he could do something that will facilitate him to rest and not even do certain basic tasks...
his father told "yes, i can do that". he hired some people to make his promise true and those people did it. they made "everything" automatic, you know. e.g. if one wants to eat he/she just need to select food via buttons and then press "feed me" and a robot will do the job. those people knew how a lazy chap would want all things to work so they had such a great system that everything can be operated just at one real tiny electronic board.
the father of the boy was so impressed by the work. he was happy to let his boy know that he can use the system now. the first question the boy asked to his father....
"dad, who will press those buttons on the electronic board?"
may be like parental love there is no limit of 'laziness'...
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maulin
 
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What is the difference in comfort and lazyness
Its plan and simple to me.....

The "doer" knows it is comfort.
The "rest of the world" thinks it is laziness.

If you are married, sit in front of the TV after returning from a hard day's work and you will know which is which...... :roll:
- madhav
 
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Originally posted by Madhav Lakkapragada:
If you are married, ...[its me]
sit in front of the TV after returning from a hard day's work and you will know which is which...... :roll:
- madhav[/QB]


So you want to say .. (I am not talking abt marriage part) . on sundays/holidays/when-u-r-not-tired you dont use your remote coz you are not tired ?? :roll:
 
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