I'm always busy, but I'm lazy as well.
I consider myself pretty lazy, but I look back and check out the stuff I've done, and I say, 'God, that's a lot of stuff for a lazy guy.' It's a paradox, I suppose, being both things.
Yeah, I am lazy. There's no doubt about that.
I am a very lazy man, so, for me, the dream is to be at home on the chair with my family.
To paint comic books as childish and illiterate is lazy. A lot of comic books are very literate - unlike most films.
I love being physical, but I am extreme either way. I can be superfit. And then I can be really lazy and ignore everything.
I'm a very lazy, stay-at-home kind of girl.
My parents were supportive. I didn't have good grades, but they could tell I wasn't lazy.
I was born too late for steam trains and a lazy eye meant I'd never be an astronaut.
I like to work. I don't like to have lulls. I feel like it makes me lazy and uncreative, and that's when your ideas become stagnant.
My dad is really just lazy. He has nothing, I feel, to offer this world.
I'm just a lazy boy. I'd rather sit in my recliner and act.
I became an actress because I'm lazy. I wouldn't apply myself at school.
I can't do fiction unless I visualize what's going on. When I began to write science fiction, one of the things I found lacking in it was visual specificity. It seemed there was a lot of lazy imagining, a lot of shorthand.
I don't mean to criticize anyone in any way that I wouldn't criticize myself. I think people should have fun, and have a good time, and enjoy the luck that we have to be lazy and dwell in consumerism. But I think that it's a balance. And our job as actors is empathy.
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