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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How to Install Lazy Susans?

Lazy Susan cabinets are often found in kitchens. They are designed to fill the corner space. The door opening on a corner cabinet is usually small, which makes it difficult to reach items in the ba... Read More »

Who are Lazy Susans named after?

The term Lazy Susan appeared in Vanity Fair magazine in 1916 and refers to a revolving rack. Though the Lazy Susan has gained a place among cultural understanding, the term has no known origin.Sour... Read More »

When to Cut Back Brown-Eyed Susans?

Brown-eyed Susans are bright brown and yellow flowers that grow in excess of 36 inches tall. Also known as Black-eyed Susans or Common black-eyed Susan, according to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflowe... Read More »

My husband called me an idiot just because I called him lazy, is this justified?

It depends. Is he really lazy? Or did he just not do something. Are you really an idiot? Or is this question just idiotic?