When the word ‘reading’ becomes a synonym for ‘being lazy’…


When we hear the word “reading,” the most common response we get is, “I read!”

And for good reason.

Reading is a very human activity.

And yet, for some reason, the word has come to refer to lazy, idiotic behavior, when in fact, there is nothing lazy about it.

We read because we want to read.

But if you think of the word as a term of praise, then you’ll find that there are many ways that the word is used in its negative sense, including to describe lazy, lazy people. 

The word “reader” has been around for centuries and was coined by the Scottish poet William Blake.

In his essay, On the Life of an Englishman, Blake described the life of an individual in his country as a man “who reads” while he is working, working on a novel, reading the news, or reading books.

In Blake’s view, reading is “an art that must be learned and mastered,” and that “one who reads, or who has a keen eye, will find in the arts all the refinements that may be made, the advantages of the past, and the new things that are to be brought to light.”

“Reading” is also used to describe a person who is lazy, and for good reasons.

A lazy person will often look for ways to make money by reading and “borrowing” books.

The lazy person also is interested in “liking” the person who read and “likes” the books he or she has read. 

Lazy people also are interested in being liked by the other person in the room.

If you have read books with your children, they will often be attracted to your lazy behavior, even if you are not “lazy” yourself.

In other words, lazy is a negative descriptor for a person.

It is also a term that is used to indicate laziness in general, not just the lazy person.

For instance, when someone who reads is reading the news, this person is “lucky.”

If you are lazy, it is because you are reading the wrong things.

You are not reading the right news.

It is important to remember that the definition of lazy is different from the definition that the dictionary uses.

Lazy is not something that is bad, but is in fact “a lazy and impulsive person,” according to the dictionary definition.

It does not mean that you will be lazy, or that you are impulsive.

Lacking motivation is not a laziness, but a lack of motivation to work hard and achieve your goals.

Losing motivation and becoming frustrated with the process of working hard is not laziness.

The word lazy also has a different meaning from the one that the English dictionary uses to describe laziness: It means to be inattentive or to be disinterested in something.

The dictionary definition of laziness is similar to the definition used by psychologists to define it: It is characterized by a lack or inability to act upon the interests of others; to be easily distracted or easily distracted; to lack the energy, initiative, or motivation to perform important tasks or perform tasks for the sake of others.

This definition is different than the definition Webster uses to define lazy, which is “the lack of effort to follow one’s own interests or plans.”

When we hear “reading” used in the negative sense in the news or in the word lazy, we are not necessarily talking about laziness as a negative attribute.

The term lazy has become a term in the media to describe people who do not want to be bothered with work or do not have the energy to work as hard as they could.

They are just lazy. 

But as we have seen, laziness can also be used to talk about people who are motivated and do want to work harder, even though they do not know it.

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