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New Years Resolutions You Can Keep -----------

Saturday, January 01, 2011

Are you sick of making the same resolutions year after year that you never keep? Why not promise to do something you can actually accomplish? Here are some resolutions that you can use as a starting point:

Gain weight. At least 30 pounds.

Stop exercising. Waste of time.

Read less. Makes you think.

Watch more TV. I've been missing some good stuff.

Procrastinate more. Starting tomorrow.

Spend more time at work, surfing with the T1.

Stop bringing lunch from home: I should eat out more.

Get in a whole NEW rut!

Personal goal: bring back disco.

Buy an '83 Eldorado and invest in a really loud stereo system.

Speak in a monotone voice and only use monosyllabic words.

Only wear jeans that are 2 sizes too small and use a chain or rope for a belt.

Get further in debt.

Break at least one traffic law.

Get wired with high-speed net connections at home.

Associate with even worse business clients.

Spread out priorities beyond my ability to keep track of them.

Wait around for opportunity.

Focus on the faults of others.

Mope about my faults.

Never make New Year's resolutions again.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
ELLFIN3 1/1/2011 7:08PM

    Oh My Goodness!!! That is great!!!! Enjoy your evening and Sunday!!!! emoticon emoticon

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    Oh, boy! How many people will do these? I mean not as a resolution but because...



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LINDYPAINTS 1/1/2011 5:14AM

    LOL cool Blog..,thanks... BTW- none of these are on my list... LOL emoticon

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DEVRIES51 1/1/2011 4:37AM

    I think I can and have accomplished most if not all of these! LOL! I Hope you have a great year and "NOT" accomplish any of these resolutions!

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