Some men will offer to pay their dates to organize and clean their residences.
Why would they do such a thing? Because they don't want to get their hands
dirty and besides, they assume that most young women are just dating older
men for the money anyway, so why not make them work? You might want to
reconsider dating someone who asks you to perform household duties and
other chores for him not that long after meeting him.
4. He doesn't bother to fix anything no matter how minor it is.
Whether it is a nail that came out of something or a part that simply
needs to be screwed back on, if he procrastinates about it or makes excuses,
you definitely have a lazy man on your hands. Hopefully, you might have
a handy girl skill or two.
5. He enjoys indulging his five senses so much that he rather do what he likes then try to appease others.
You mention attending an event, traveling somewhere fun, or meeting with relatives and friends and he doesn't seem too interested. What is the benefit to him? A lazy man that is use to staying at home needs to be persuaded as to why he should go anywhere during his leisure time.
6. He prefers eating over doing anything else.
Lazy people usually don't take good care of themselves, so walking any distance is usually out of the question. But when one mentions, "How about trying that new restaurant down the street?" They are all ears. Your lazy date might display disinterest in anything but food. Unless you both share a common interest, it won't be much fun watching him stuff his face every time he has a free moment.
7. Everything is always within reach from the remote control to his favorite pair of shoes.
Lazy people don't like climbing stairs, bending over, looking underneath anything, or walking to get something. So when you see that everything has to be near him, he just might be the lazy type.
8. He doesn't like doing too much of anything that might potentially inconvenience him.
From having to drive a distance away to see a ball game to helping a friend who needs to go to more places than just one, he will either complain while doing it or look for reasons to get out of doing some things that require him to go out of his way to help someone else. Think wisely, how might he react to you when you are in need?
9. When something really needs to be done, he will think to delegate first rather than do it himself.
A simple thing that you might get done in 10 minutes, he might stress about it for 20 minutes. A man who has much money prefers to pay others to do things for him; rather than get involved directly.
10. He is often moody.
A lazy man who just isn't doing too much of anything is not going to be the nicest person to be around. Oftentimes you will find that you have to keep adjusting your mood just to deal with him. Disagreements may take place and accusations of being lazy will be thrown his way and to that he might say, "I'm not lazy, you are." Lazy older guys are also childish at times.
Always take some time to observe your date, looking for signs that he is the lazy type. Don't offer to do anything for him. Be prepared for a date's laziness to interfere with things like: picking up the phone to confirm things, sharing details about one's life, and an avoidance of certain physical activities.
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