Why are lazy Susans called lazy Susans?

Answer A lazy Susan's rather mundane function as a revolving serving tray belies the mystery behind its name. Theories abound, but "Word Detective" columnist Evan Morris speculates that "lazy Susan'' may ... Read More »

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What is the origin of the lazy Susan?

Former U.S. President Thomas Jefferson is credited with inventing the lazy Susan, according to the Internet Public Library. The invention, described as a revolving tray or similar structure by Dict... Read More »

What is the meaning of lazy Susan?

A lazy Susan is a large, circular tray that can revolve. It sits on a table, allowing everyone seated there easy access to items such as food, condiments and

What channel is lazy town on?

IT is either on nick junior or noggin which if you have Verizon it is chanels 256 and 252 i am not sure about the others!

What is a lazy Susan used for?

According to Merriam Webster's Online Dictionary, a lazy Susan is a revolving tray used to serve food, relishes and condiments. The revolving table eliminates the necessity of picking up dishes of ... Read More »