resolutions to improve citizenship that are motivated by the inauguration of Obama.
Now that Obama is in, I've made an "Obamaloution" to be more environmentally conscious and turn off my lights when I leave my house.
The month at the begining of the year (usually lasting no more then two weeks) that sees a rush to get in shape by people making resolutions they can't keep.
Workout guy 1: "Who are all these new people?"
Workout guy 2: "It's Gymuary, they'll be gone in a few weeks"
|45.||second day syndrome|
The degrading probability that you'll return a workout regimen after taking a day off.
The day after break from working out, the memory of going to the gym and not going to the gym are both fresh in your mind. Not going to the gym is a slightly fresher memory so I’ll say that getting a workout in has about a 40/60 chance of happening: second day syndrome. On the next day the probability drops to 30/70. Add that to the guilt of not having gone now for 3 days and you have a recipe for disaster.
Simply put, the removal of a fetus from the womb.
A horrible thing that I wish would just disappear.
You know how the Republicans (and some Democrats) are always complaining about abortion. Well get this: As much as these politicians make gestures towards getting rid of abortion, they will NEVER completely eliminate it. Why? Because abortion produces plenty of tub-thumping. It allows politicians an issue to demagogue each other and appeal to people of faith with talk of the "right to life." Abortion is important to politicians because of its value as a political tool. If abortion simply disappeared, politicians would have to find another issue to emptily "debate" about.
Republican: Vote for me and I'll get rid of abortion.
Translation: We'll impose minor restrictions and pass 10 zillion resolutions. Because if we actually outlawed abortion, we'd lose our most important power-maintaining "issue." It's like the Eternal War in Nineteen Eighty-Four.
When drunk you start to have doubts and regrets, you decide you wont drink so much again, or you will start dieting/exercising these resolutions feel like new years until you wake up the next day and either have forgotten about them or give up on them.
Bill: Man I'm totally getting up early tomorrow and hitting the gym!
Next day Bill wakes up at noon and eats leftover pizza and watches TV and realizes hes made yet another drunk resolution
Catholics who come out of the woodwork to attend mass only on Christmas, Easter, and one week into New Year's Resolutions. They're the reason the regularly participating catholics can't get a seat or a parking spot on those crowded holidays. They also pull out their catholic card when they want to have a wedding or baptism in a church because it makes for nice pictures.
We listened to Christmas mass in the doorway of the church because the place was overflowing with woodwork catholics.
1. A person commenting or responding to a video like they have a long history of video editing and video technology systems.
2. A person who comments on a video with nothing more than one or two words that give no praise, criticism or any useful information.
3. A person who comments on new videos with 'First!" without actually being first, or getting lucky and getting the first comment.
4. People who have arguments over comments or video responses. These arguments usually amount to nothing.
1. "this video is completely fake!!!1 you can see the matte lines and the resolutions between them don't match!!"
"Ugh, not another YouTube Person"
2. "What shit!" or "Lame" or "Cool" or "Awesome." says the YouTube Person.