December 30, 2011
They'll sneer when you ask what their New Year's resolutions are. Please, they say, they're not ridiculous enough to think they'd keep their promises to themselves. Why bother to pretend they'll go to the gym or never turn down an invitation from a friend and be on time if they accept one since it's all going to be for naught come January 8 at the latest? Meanwhile, on January 1, as they stare at a blank Word document, they pray they can come up with something to write so they don't break the secret resolution they'll never tell you about.