BitLife is a life simulator that lets you live any life you can possibly imagine. You can make like Ryan Gosling and be a super successful and attractive actor, make it big in gambling and live off your riches, or travel around the world just for the fun of it.

You can also spend your life in prison, murder people, and generally live a life of crime. The options are endless and varied, and living them all to unlock the various ribbons is incredibly addictive.

However, there’s one intriguing ribbon that seems to go against everything that BitLife stands for: the Lazy Ribbon. This rewards you for doing absolutely nothing, which is an impressive feat both in real and BitLife.

Though you probably don’t need a guide to being lazy – the clue is in the word – we’ve written a few pointers down anyway. The trick to this ribbon is to make sure you don’t accidentally get another ribbon while trying to do this.

How to get the Lazy Ribbon in BitLife

As you can probably guess, earning the Lazy Ribbon in BitLife involves doing as little as possible for your entire life.

So don’t go to college, don’t get a job, don’t get married, don’t have kids. Just don’t do any of the traditional stuff you’re supposed to do in life.

Also, when presented with options during events, always take the least active option. The trick to being lazy is to always take the easiest option ahead of you.

Just hammer that age button until your character passes away. It will probably leave you feeling very sad and possibly give you an existential crisis but you’ll get the ribbon you were hoping for.

Do all of the above and you should get this ribbon with no issue. Just don’t accidentally get another ribbon – which shouldn’t happen if you’re doing literally nothing.