The lazy men

Aasmund Ryningen
2 min readApr 30, 2021


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For your reading pleasure.


It never ceases to amaze me just how lazy people are.

In fact, I bet that if you took a 1,000 people and you asked them to do 25 push ups, they’d half-ass their way through. Some would even stop midway and then walk away. Others would look for excuses to why they couldn’t even show up.

On the topic of ‘showing up’, here’s another doozy for you.

I once was tasked with doing some charity work.

It was a long time ago. At that time I didn’t mind doing it because I wasn’t busy that particular day and it didn’t exactly kill me helping out.

So I show up at the place and I start working.

What I see is mostly women and children working.

No men.

They were all sitting at home, probably coming up with excuses as to why they couldn’t work. Or they intentionally planned to ‘go away’ for the day so that they wouldn’t have to show up.

I don’t know.

By the way, this isn’t a virtue signalling email attacking men, as some maybe think it would be. It’s just me stating what I observed.

There were some men there yes, but they were few and far inbetween.

If anything I think these men who probably sat at home (my theory) could use a little boost in their mentality.

A little ‘rewiring hack’ to get things done.

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And that’s about it.

The TV and couch seems to play a huge part in why people don’t show up. I can reveal that the work I and the mostly other women and children did wasn’t fun. It wasn’t all that bad either. And once I started doing it, time went away pretty fast.


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