The dragon wants to go for a walk. The angry king asks the princess to walk the dragon. She objects and thinks that the king is being lazy. The king calls the princess lazy, and she ends up taking the dragon for a walk. The king is satisfied; the princess is not.

''Once upon a time, there was a woman who was called lazy whenever she or someone else felt she needed to do something she did not feel like doing.''

The notion of laziness

It is my conviction that human beings are not, inherently, lazy.

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