In the meaning of lazy pertaining to people it wasnt

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people’s actions determined what they were considered. In the meaning of lazy pertaining to people it wasn’t a rare thing to be called or told of being lazy. It was considered a choice that one chose for themselves. Back in the day not wanting to help do the chores around the house was considered as being lazy because of the unwillingness to help out and contribute to the daily functions of everyday life. But in those days’ people were more willing to be a team player than those of today. It is nothing new for children to not want to do their homework or even clean up after themselves but it is the extent that the parents allowed their child get away with it would determine that laziness level. Yes, there are different levels of laziness. The lowest level is one of where there is no interest in making a bed that had been slept in or even cleaning a dirty room. These are the ones that are more common types of lazy that is found in children and adolescents. As people get older what they were taught as being lazy changes over time.
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In the professional world the definition of lazy is of someone who doesn’t know how to do their job and therefore depends on other people to do it for them. This is the person that is ready to help just to see what is being done and copy off of the worksheet. It is called as being lazy but in reality it is being an opportunist at the fullest. But now in the modern world lazy is something that is looked down upon and is a stigma that too many people wear and hold with pride. It is no longer wanted to go to school or even do
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