malinger.

\ muh-LING-guhr \  , intransitive verb;
1.To feign or exaggerate illness or inability in order to avoid duty or work.
I must say that I have never been a malingerer and regretted it.  Sure, there’s that ounce of guilt when you call in and say, “I won’t be able to make it to work today…” but that guilt fades away with the sunshine or the page turner or the milkshake…
Mmm.  Malingering is usually quite irresponsibly delicious.
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