Every day, in the morning, the whole town would hear Juan’s mother shouting. “Lazy Juan! Get uuuuup! Lazy Juan, it’s almost noon!”
Even if the sun was already up high, Juan would still be snoring in bed. He could not be relied on to work inside and outside their home. Whenever he was asked to do something, Juan would have an excuse. “My feet hurt, Mother,” he would say when asked to fetch water from the jar. “My hands are numb, “he would say when asked to wash dishes. So Juan would end up sitting around the whole afternoon.
Every afternoon, Juan would lie down under the tree and just gape around. “When will you change?”
Even their pet rooster would wonder. “Why are you so lazy, Juan?”
Source: Lampara Books (Manila, Philippines)
12 thoughts on “Juan Tamad (Lazy John)”
hehehe !! ako yanNnNn … :p
please tell the whole story not just the summary of the story……………
………for just research
peace be with you,,,,may god is always with you,,,…
it ts so beautiful for the lazy
it so beautiful to dedication for the laziest people i love this story
ang tamad ni juan!!!!!!!!
tomohh!!!ang tamad nia tlaga!!kahit kailan..
where I can get some lines of juan tamad?
-just for my project.
pwede ko po bang gayahin si juan tamad?
this is so useful for assignments
yeah It really is….:) (of course the other way around)