slacker

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a person who shirks his work or duty (especially one who tries to evade military service in wartime)

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SAUL METZSTEIN'S directing debut about four friends who meet up in a Scottish cafe to discuss their mundane jobs, showed Brits also have a slacker generation.
In 1994 Beck's wit, visual flair and musical tour de force established him as king of the slacker generation.
But Reg Rogers' Jimmy is imbued with the more detached attitudinizing of the slacker generation.
Barry cautions credit unions not to buy into the myth that this is the lazy slacker generation because Gen Y, she said, is very hardworking and extremely motivated.
And when the enigmatic star says he wants to be known as the Barry White of the slacker generation, it's difficult to know whether he is being ironic or deadly serious.
A SORT of Brief Encounter for the slacker generation, with grungy Ethan Hawke, above, meeting gorgeous Julie Delpy on a train and falling in love before it stops in Vienna.