Main Entry: la•zi as syn•drome
Pronunciation: \ˈlā-zē\ \ˈas\ \‘sin•drōm\
Etymology: LAZY from Middle Low German lasich feeble, ASS Middle English ars, ers, from Old English ærs, ears, Greek orrhos buttocks, and SYNDROME from from Greek syndromē combination, syndrome, from syn- + dramein to run — more at dromedary
Date: 21st century
Variant of Lazy Ass Syndrome: L.A.S.
1. a group of signs and symptoms that occur together and characterize a person who is disinclined to activity or exertion when they have no reason to be so disinclined
Ex 1: a lazy child, tween, teen, or adult who jumped onto an electric motorized shopping cart when they really did not have a need to making it hard for those with actual disabilities to effectively use it
Ex 2: a person who sits in one place such as a couch or car not getting up and requiring someone to bring them things when they clearly have the ability and strength to get it themselves.
Ex 1 Sample Sentance: Did you see that group of children with LAZY ASS SYNDROME, they were racing through the store on those cart thingies.
Ex 2 Sample Sentence: Man Joe really has L.A.S. he has not left his desk at work for hours and keeps calling people in to bring him crap.