New Years Resolutions (or stuff that inevitably doesn’t happen)


I don’t really have any for this year but I have some for other people. Most New Year’s Resolutions are sort of broken two weeks into January when people realise that the new year is serving up just as much bullshit as the previous year*. All that’s changed is the four numbers at the end of the date.

Still, there are some basics that people can follow.


This is the main one right here. It covers everything. It should probably just read ‘THINK!’.

Either way, with the current climate that we are in where people have no problem with revealing their narcissism and ability to be ignorant, self-absorbed, self-centred, selfish, downright stupid, rude and just shitty overall, I am sure that 2016 will be a bigger clusterfuck than 2015.



*Yeah, I’m cynical, but as a wise man once said…

The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it.

2 thoughts on “New Years Resolutions (or stuff that inevitably doesn’t happen)

  1. Most New year’s resolutions are just setting yourself up to be disappointed with yourself. It’s a disturbing cycle people fall into. And I’d rather be cynical than be an oblivious, out of touch with reality, yuppie. People need to wake up… but they won’t.


    1. Yes, they are. I had a sort of resolution last year that went horribly wrong. But I suppose it is human nature to convince yourself that bullshit will come to an end along with the calendar year. Lol, yeah, better to be cynical than hopelessly naive but some people would rather hide behind stuff that’s false. It’s sad, but what can you do?



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