Keeping your head down with lazy device
Friday, August 16, 2013/
Have you ever had a moment when you feel too lazy to lift your head, but still want to watch television or use your computer?
ThinkGeek may just have come up with an answer with their Lazyglasses.
They’re touted as a “solution” to the “sitting up problem”. You could argue they’re a labour-saving device for the lazy.
Can you think of any other devices that could help you on those days when you just don’t have the energy to move?
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