This is the Reason Why Most Lahoris Are Always Late Everywhere

By Ali Gul | 11 Apr, 2016

If you’ve lived your entire life in a city like Karachi, you probably get frustrated when you have to work with a lazy Lahori. This person is always late to work and extremely laid back.


It’s time you stop getting mad at the lazy Lahoris and celebrate them for being  creative.

Source: lookpak

You can still be mad at the folks in the picture above, though. Duty, duty hoti hai…


A scientific research reveals that if you’re always late, you tend to be good at multi-tasking and are more optimistic



The story does not end here since there is also a research study conducted by San Diego State University that also states that such people are adaptive to surroundings.


According to these studies, lazy Lahoris don’t worry about smaller issues and focus on the bigger picture in everyday things.

Source: deenga


If you’re not a Lahori but are still criticized for your late behavior, share these studies with them haters because this still applies to you.

Lazy Pakistan


A management consultant named Diana DeLonzor wrote a book around this topic in which she states:

“Most late people have been late all their life, and they are late for every type of activity — good or bad. Surprisingly little scientific research has been done on tardiness, but some experts subscribe to the theory that certain people are hardwired to be late and that part of the problem may be embedded deep in the lobes of the brain.”


So, all you lazy Lahoris, yaaay… you’re creative!

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