80% of all new year resolutions are dead and buried latest by January 21st, research has shown. The reason is that many people set unrealistic goals. This year I have decided to focus 100% on resolutions that are completely realistic and achievable.
Exercise more: train the heart muscle by being more nervous.
Train other mussels during scuba diving.
Protect the environment by driving less – stop traveling from “A to B” constantly. What’s so special about B anyway?
Knowledge is Power. The importance of education cannot be underestimated! Make sure that no one gets smarter than me, so kill any training requests by colleagues, employees and family members in the bud.
Buy a fur coat for showing off in the city center.
Take up nail biting.
Invest in the future! E.g. by selling pets for animal experiments.
Sell the dog for animal experiments.
Drink less – definitely!!! Need to reduce water intake, focus on beer instead.
Take revenge on mother for terrible childhood. Revenge is a dish best served cold; meaning that it is better not to act in the heat of the moment, but to let the matter rest (if not ripen) for a while, and then strike and reap the fruits of one’s patience. Apparently a Sicilian saying, although I mostly associate it with Fu Man Chu.
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Father and I went down to camp Along with Captain Gooding And there we saw the men and boys As thick as hasty pudding.
Yankee doodle, keep it up Yankee doodle dandy Mind the music and the step And with the girls be handy.
There was Captain Washington Upon a slapping stallion A-giving orders to his men I guess there was a million.
And then the feathers on his hat They looked so’ tarnal fin-a I wanted pockily to get To give to my Jemima.
Winter. Sky grey with snow coming down in slowmotion flakes, virgin white falling asleep on your shoulders and cap and touching your lips ever so lightly. Lights behind windows that pull visitors to come in from the cold. Comforting. And looking forward to the holiday season in the absence of religion, with food and lights and people that come to visit. With presents, that remind of youth, when for a girls and boys Christmas was magical and an anchor in time; like the last day of school or a birthday.