It’s been a while since I updated this site with new funny Facebook statuses, but I have an excuse. I’ve been drinking. Ok, not really – but the festive period (at least in my house) is full of merry people, merry faces, merry meals and merry drinks. A lot of merry drinks. I hardly had time to get onto Facebook at all, although I did put a few status messages up. One of them attracted 25 comments and more than 100 likes – it’s in the list of funny new year’s resolutions below – can you guess which one it is?
This year my new year’s resolution is to try to update my blogs more often, and not to ramble as much. Ok, the rambling doesn’t seem to have stopped yet (blame my keyboard for that…it’s just SO COMFORTABLE)…but at least the rambling does mean that I’m updating the blogs, right?!
If you find any more good Facebook status updates, then please, please send them to me. I get a big kick out of seeing which update messages get people busy with the ‘like’ and comments buttons. I also hope that this is the year that Facebook emoticons become usable in wall posts and in comments. I think smileys for Facebook have become my number one favourite thing in the world when I log on (other than the status updates, of course!).
So anyway, let’s get to the funny Facebook status updates – I thought since I missed the start of a new year (and a new decade), why not put some amusing New Year’s resolutions for you to check out?
Funny New Year’s resolutions
I will spend less than one hour a day on the Internet. This, of course, will be hard to estimate since I’m not a clock watcher.
- Nobody should be punished for doing something that they love!
I will avoid taking a bath whenever possible and conserve more water.
- Nature first, let’s save the environment together!
I resolve to work with neglected children. (my own).
- Many a true word spoken in jest!
I will read the manual… just as soon as I can find it.
- To be honest, this is true. The fact is that I know I’ll never find it (until we throw away the sofa).
I will not ring the stewardess button on airplanes just to get her phone number.
- Like you’ve never done that.
I will think of a password for my computer other than “password.”
- I’m thinking of 123abc – what do you reckon? Secure?
I will find out why the correspondence course on “Mail Fraud” that I purchased never showed up.
- I hate those scams on TV (but I can’t help buying from them)!
I will try to figure out why I “really” need 11 e-mail addresses and 6 blogs.
Maybe I should cut down to 5 and 5?
If you use these ones in your Facebook status, let us know if you have any success with people clicking ‘like’ or comments!