Bizarre New Year Resolutions Compiled and Revealed

by Hannah Punitha on  December 31, 2008 at 1:15 PM Lifestyle News
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 Bizarre New Year Resolutions Compiled and Revealed
If you think that New Year's resolutions were just limited to losing weight, shaping up and treading cautiously with money, here's a list of some of the most weirdest resolutions made this new year that would drive you crazy.

Eating raw yak, learn to belch the alphabet, get my comma problems under control and learning the names of flowers are some of the most bizarre New Year resolutions compiled from the blogosphere and Twitter.

Jeff, the owner of blog 'Weird Meat' has made a new resolution to eat as many "weird meats" as possible.

Some of them included raw yak, crickets, ostrich sandwich and deer penis wine, reports the Courier Mail.

A Kiwi fashion blogger Gala Darling has made two resolutions: "learn a party trick - weird stomach contortion, belching the alphabet and handstand push-up demonstrations" or "learn the names of flowers - it's such an odd thing to master, but it's so utterly charming that I can't help but be impressed".

The most interesting resolution from Twitter said, "(I've) thought long and hard, and decided on my New Year's resolution. 1024x768."

Other resolutions include 'Must remember to suck less on a daily average', find a snuggle partner', get my comma problems under control, 'read and memorise more poetry' and 'make no propositional statements in 2009.'

And New Year's resolution number one - actually set foot in all my houses this year. If I can remember where they all are.

Source: ANI
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