Our Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions
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A leap year. The Year of the Dragon. And, quite possibly (suck it, NASA), the last year of our lives.
With the end of the world as we know it creeping ever closer and the 2012 election breathing its vaporous patriarchy down our necks, now is a better time than ever to make—and keep—one of those New Year’s resolutions my more responsible friends are always talking about.
The federal government puts out a rundown of the country’s alleged most popular resolutions each year (Number one on the list? “Drink less alcohol.” Thanks, Mom.), but we at WTGG thought we could do a slightly less fascist and patronizing job of it. Here are our staff’s goals for 2012. What are yours? Leave us some ideas in the comment section or our Facebook page!
1. Dance more, gossip less.
2. Talk to someone intimidatingly cute.
4. Survive the impending apocalypse.
5. Go to a National Symphony Orchestra performance.
6. Take a least one fairly pointless road trip.
7. Visit the grandparents.
8. Make it to Europe.
9. Get paid for writing.
10. Recruit two more queers.
(Hey, it never hurts to try! Bonus points for making the homophobes’ worst nightmares come true.)