Lazy people need to do as little work as possible. They also need lots of time to take plenty of naps (then again, don’t we all?). Unfortunately, life can be really tough, full of problems requiring hard work and ambition, cutting into their coach potato occupation. With these people in mind, innovators and scientists across the globe have developed some of the laziest products you could ever imagine. Take a look at these 25 unbelievably lazy products for lazy people.
Hair Dryer Stand
Why waste all those precious calories holding a hair dryer when you can buy a stand that’ll do it for you? The Hair Dryer Stand does exactly that, allowing you to dry your hair without the burden of keeping your arms up for thirty seconds.
Cordless Electric Scissors
Let’s face it, finger muscles and joints are better used playing video games and clicking the buttons on a remote. But on the off chance you need to cut something, the cordless electric scissors are available, cutting paper without all the discomfort of moving your thumb and index finger up and down.
Remote Bottle Opener
Speaking of TV remotes, now while you watch the big game, there’s no reason to go hunting for the bottle opener. With this TV remote bottle opener, you can stay on the couch and open as many bottles as you want.
In the history of human sandwich achievement, sliced bread and peanut butter and jelly stand as shining examples of what humans can accomplish. Now we’ve reached the next pinnacle with the Candwich. A sandwich in a can. It has everything you need to prepare a delicious sandwich from the comfort of your own couch.
People on the go sometimes just need a quick hot snack to get them through the day. Now, with the portable microwave, you don’t have to wait to get home to microwave the Hot Pocket you’ve been dying to eat. Just do it in your car.
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