Otherwise known as MLS, a universal and ancient strategy used by students everywhere. It is planned on MSN one day before the execution of the plan, and involves not doing the work set for that day. If enough students have not done the work, then the teacher will be convinced that the work s/he set was too hard for the time given, and will therefore be forced to give an extension.
Tim: "Hey, have you done the English homework set for tomorrow?"
Zack: "No, of course not. We're trying out for the mass laziness strategy. Just don't do the homework, and we'll get an extension."
Time: "Yeah, good idea!"
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