The truth is, there isn't much that can be said for the weekend other than that we found out how relaxed one can be before one actually goes from being in a heightened state of laziness to slipping straight into a coma. (Medical researchers, I can be reached via Gmail and/or Facebook.)
The formula, for the rest of you, goes something like this:
Take four or five nonactivities, in our case they were Swimming, Eating, Laying, Drinking, Napping, and Movie Watching.
Combine one or more activities for maximum relaxation mode. Do not combine all activities lest a state of activity be reached, thus increasing circulation and causing lungs to seize and collapse in a whimpering heap.
Friday, 1 p.m.
Swimming + Drinking
Friday, 3 p.m.
Eating + Movie Watching
Saturday, 11:47 a.m.
Swimming + Drinking + Napping
And so on.
Our testers (Tyler, Jessica, Janelle, Jody, Barrett, Kathryn, Kemp Parents, Nelson Parents) reached the near limits on field testing, extensively researching the possible effects of the formula for the better part of four days. So they know what they are talking about.
Trust them, they're experts.
Here is some documentation of the Ultimate Non-Coma Laziness Effect (U.N.C.L.E.):
Jessica demonstrates Swimming + Drinking
Barrett demonstrates Doing Nothing But Looking Cool Doing It
Tyler demonstrates the Lean and Squint
I'm demonstrating Laying