Sometimes I wish that “the Lazy” was an actual achievement title. It would be a multi-parter — you’d have to win 100 battlegrounds without contributing anything substantial (no bases defended or assaulted, no flag returns, certainly no killing blows), defeat the end boss of a raid while either being disconnected or dead for more than 80% of the fight, ensure that the majority of your /played was amassed in your capital city, and of course have two maxed professions but make no effort towards using these professions for at least a full calendar year.
My druid’s professions of choice are herbalism and inscription. Herbalism as a tauren druid literally couldn’t be any easier, and yet this is how all of my “farming sessions” go:
Stage One: The stage in which I decide I probably won’t be able to afford gemming and enchanting any possible upgrades this week unless I, you know, find a way to make gold.
Stage Two: The stage in which I decide to farm whichever herbs are ripping players off by the largest margin at the moment.
Stage Three: The stage in which I whisper everyone I know online some variation of, “Ughhhhh, I have to go farm herbs.” and then wait for their sympathetic responses.
Note that we’re already at stage three and I haven’t even done anything yet.
Stage Four: The stage in which I port to the necessary zone and make my first circuit.
Stage Five: The stage in which I can’t collect my herb faster than I facepull the mob next to it, so I opt to fly away.
Stage Six (optional): The stage in which I spend more time screenshotting myself with attractive backdrops than I do actually farming anything.
Stage Seven: The stage in which I decide two stacks is enough and promptly hearth.