How to say “lazy” in Spanish Slang!
In all Spanish speaking countries there is at least one colloquial way of saying lazy… because let’s be honest: everybody likes to be lazy at one point or another. It is one of those nice things in live to be able to laze around some day.
In Ecuador you would say:
or you could also use: Pipón—Lazy person
In Spain you can say you are “floja / flojo” – lazy
or “un huevón / una huevona” – lazy person / layabout (derogatory)
In Puerto rico you might say “Bambalan” – Lazy Bum
On the other hand, in Argentina they have q very nice, but rude, expression: “rascarse [ps-ref v] [rude] lit. to scratch oneself; to do nothing useful, to be lazy, to lie around wasting time.”
I hope this helps for the start about how to say lazy in Spanish slang! Cheers, Chris