Are you prepared for the New Year's resolutions that are about to flood your feed?
It's as much a tradition as watching the ball drop: making promises to oneself which will later also be dropped. And yet, year after year, we continue to make these resolutions in the hopes that this new year will be different. Unfortunately, the only thing that's really different IS the year.
Many Twitter folk have resorted to laughing at the idea of resolutions rather than making them, and these are some of the best of the bunch. Check out the funniest #NewYearsResolution tweets below and have a happy new year!
#NewYearsResolution Make a handful of people believe I'm normal before blindsiding them with my actual personality
— Jake from State Farm (@iGrowBeard) December 29, 2014
That's it, best to ease into your routine.
I'm down for a New Years kiss with a bottle of pineapple ciroc
— jess (@jessicaaetaylor) December 30, 2014
That's certainly one way to do it.
Say hello to my new years kiss!!! (Aka me) pic.twitter.com/mvWrwXDwOh
— kayla koen (@kaylakoen) December 30, 2014
BEFORE YOU GO
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