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Show us your tweets: New Year's resolutions edition

Posted 7:04pm on Monday, Dec. 31, 2012

At DFW.com, we're big on New Year's resolutions. Eat better. Exercise more. Swear less. Seek spiritual renewal. Get organized. Finish that book we're writing. Finish that book we're reading. Buy more books than we can ever read. (And that's just one staff member!) Here are other resolutions we found on Twitter. (Oh, yeah -- be a wittier tweeter!)

Narrowed New Year's resolution down to either "talk about myself less" or "memorize correct pronunciation of 'genius.'" @MrCraigBierko (actor Craig Bierko)

New year's resolution: Stop using "penultimate" when I can just say "next to last." @Zap2itRick (Rick Porter, writer for Zap2it.com)

You know what's an awesome New Year's resolution? Resolving to sing more #karaoke @FrankieSportBar

My resolution for 2013 is to just not Google anymore twitter words. #BT140 @LuvPug

My New Years resolution is more naps and potentially forming healthy, mature relationships, but the second is optional. @cazzawndruh

In 2013, we vow to eat our produce before it rots in the fridge. @HuffingtonPost

Going to make my resolution something attainable. I resolve to spend more time on the couch rubbing my fat belly while eating donuts. @Tink183

My New Years resolution is to try and avoid things that make me fat. Mainly things like photographs, mirrors and thinner people. @keefycameradude

I know what's going to happen in 2013. But because I like you I won't say. @Albert Brooks

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