Since I'm refusing to use the chat box. So: any new resolutions for 2014??
I find it to be quite the opposite most of the time. People will make resolution but not be able to keep them. You always hear people saying that they really need to stop doing things but a lot of times they have been carrying on that very habit for years.queenzelda said:That's probably because it's something that a lot of people who are older did back in the day & just initiated their kids into doing the same thing. It's hard to think about changing one's self for a lot of people. Some times it's just easier to change yourself when you think it means something before the new year.
Lol, you make it sound so profound.queenzelda said:I agree to some extent; but some people are just to busy or not self aware to realize the truth of what you just posted Erik. XD
Hope you're feeling warmer soon. :sick:queenzelda said:
Should we set your house on fire? Or is that arson... Nah.queenzelda said:
That is called arson & it's not "we" if your the one setting it on fire kemosabi. Turns out there was a wide spread black out; since the area I live in got hit with a blizzard. The power is back on now; but waking up to a cold house was a bit weird. xpWAFFLEKID said:
...even if that something new is as minor as the last decimal place of the year when you write the dataGrooms said:Why are you refusing to use the chatbox, QZ?
I used to make resolutions in high school, but I never kept them, so I don't bother anymore. And I agree that it's silly to want to change specifically on the first day of the year when you can easily do it any other day of the year. But yes, having something "new" is usually what encourages change.
I feel wiser and more knowledgable already!WAFFLEKID said:It's a guy
Holding a sausage
Because the chatbox is killing the forumz: duh. Also please call me queen or queenzelda. NOT QZ, because I'm not a game nor a game character: thanks.Grooms said:Why are you refusing to use the chatbox, QZ?