Other lazy people.
Because when I'm goofing off, not getting things done that I should have started sooner and all that, the other lazy people out there are full of support.
"Yeah, you didn't start your paper until the day of? My neither! Ha ha, I know, right?"
"Oh, I'm so behind too! I'm not really worried about it, though. I'll probably start on it the hour before it's due."
You know why people have this attitude? Because it's the only fun thing to do with procrastination. It makes them feel better about it, because then they fit in with all the other procrastinators, and together, they can laugh at deadlines and all those goody-two-shoes-do-gooders that actually started the project the week before.
And by "they", I mean "we".
You're reading the words of a girl that wrote more than half of her NaNo novel in the last four days of November. THE LAST FOUR DAYS.
This was my graph:
|Yeah, check the "Words Written Today" number. It was intense. Like driving on ice.|
So when it comes crunch time and I'm avoiding schoolwork as much as possible, I'm blaming it on the other procrastinators of my generation.
Maybe I'll take the blame later, if I feel like it.