A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from January 23, 2018
“You can also do work the day after tomorrow. Be lazy. Think crazy”

"Be Lazy. Think crazy” is a saying that has been printed on many images. It’s another version of the old saying, “Choose a lazy person to do a hard job because that person will find an easy way to do it.”

“Be lazy think crazy” was posted on Twitter on April 19, 2009. “‘BE LAZY THINK CRAZY’ - BILL GATES” was posted on Twitter on November 12, 2009, but there is no evidence that Microsoft Corporation co-founder Bill Gates originated or popularized the saying.

“Never postpone today’s work for tomorrow. u can do it the day after tomorrow. be lazy think crazy” was posted on Twitter on May 24, 2010. “Dont not postpone today’s work for tomorrow. You can also do it day after tomorrow. So enjoy your life. Be lazy & think Crazy. hehe” was posted on Twitter on July 3, 2010. “Do not keep all your work for tomorrow, always remember you can also do it the day after tomorrow. So enjoy life, be lazy, and think #crazy!” was posted on Twitter on September 15, 2010.

The saying appears to have originated in India in 2009, and became popular in the United States in 2013.


Twitter
Prafful Itape‏
@prafo
be lazy think crazy....... [wink]
2:33 PM - 19 Apr 2009

Twitter
GAUARV HIREKAN‏
@djpoppya
whenever there is a hard job 2 b done, i assign it 2 laziest man as he is sure 2 find an easy way 2 do it “BE LAZY THINK CRAZY” - BILL GATES
1:08 AM - 12 Nov 2009

Twitter
sreyashi chatterjee‏
@shreya1057
never postpone today’s work for tomorrow. u can do it the day after tomorrow. be lazy think crazy smile
4:46 AM - 24 May 2010

Twitter
Abhishek barde‏
@addy123569
Don’t do today’s work tomorrow, you can also do it day after tomorrow.....think lazy be lazy...........
9:39 AM - 10 Jun 2010

Twitter
Megha‏
@meghu27
“Do Not Postpone Today’s Work For Tomorrow...” .. “U Can Also Do It Day After tomorrow”
Be lazy, Think crazy.
2:46 AM - 16 Jun 2010

Twitter
Karthik Tantri‏
@KarthikTantri
Dont not postpone today’s work for tomorrow. You can also do it day after tomorrow. So enjoy your life. Be lazy & think Crazy. hehe wink GN
11:56 AM - 3 Jul 2010

Twitter
дⱢдӣ Ḿîçǩëℓ ξℜ฿™‏
@AlanBassNelson
Do not keep all your work for tomorrow, always remember you can also do it the day after tomorrow. So enjoy life, be lazy, and think #crazy!
11:00 PM - 15 Sep 2010

Twitter
SAURABH PATIL‏
@patil_saurabh1
Do Not Keep All Your Work For Tomorrow ..Always Remember You Can Do It The Day AFTER TomorroW...Be Lazy,Think Crazy
3:49 AM - 1 Sep 2012

Twitter
Kasi Naman Kasi‏
@KasiNamanKasi
Do not keep all your work for tomorrow. Always remember you can always do it the day after tomorrow. be lazy. Think crazy!
6:41 AM - 20 Feb 2013

Twitter
9GAG‏
@9GAG
Do not keep all your work for tomorrow, always remember you can also do it the day after tomorrow.. Be lazy, Think crazy
6:01 AM - 2 May 2013

Funny Status
Do not keep all your work for tomorrow, always remember…
September 16, 2013 Work Status Updates
Do not keep all your work for tomorrow, always remember you can also do it the day after tomorrow.. Be lazy, Think crazy.

YouTube
Be LazY ThinK Crazy
Thinking Funny
Published on Jun 10, 2016

Twitter
READ THIS!‏
@ReadIt_Son
Do not keep all your work for tomorrow, always remember you can also do it the day after tomorrow.. Be lazy, Think crazy.
11:37 PM - 22 Jan 2018

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityWork/Businesses • Tuesday, January 23, 2018 • Permalink