Lazybones


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Lazybones

popular song by Hoagy Carmichael (1933). [Am. Music: Kinkle, II, 268]
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The figure of the lazybones was diametrically opposed to the employee and Arlt ennobled it giving his friend the status of a prophet.
Pretty good for a Huddersfield woman who describes herself as a lazybones.
Lazybones don''t need to panic about triple-step routines with the huge array of micellar water on the beauty shelves.
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She only cries when she is very tired, which isn't often as she is a lazybones.
Her teen son, Travis, and his lazybones father, Bobby, deal with her bossing everyone around and seeking attention.
MADE for the lazybones in your home or annoying spoon janglers in the office.
The results are more or less the same with the same top performers and lazybones.
A natural lazybones, I prefer Ox Yoke patches pre-lubed with Wonderlube and swaged roundballs.
Some of these such as Two Crowded Hours (1931), Hotel Splendide (1932), His Lordship (1932), and Lazybones (1935) were comedies but designed more to showcase the local talents of British comedians and actors such as Jerry Verno and Ian Hunter.
RIP xx" Lazybones said: "Such a tragedy, loss of life at such a young age.