People place way too much importance on New Years Eve when you can have an existential crisis at midnight 364 other nights a year if you try
— James Fritz (@fritzisdead) December 31, 2014
you mean there's ANOTHER year after this one??
— Mary Charlene (@IamEnidColeslaw) December 26, 2014
I will change everything about myself on January 1st, 2015 and not a moment sooner.
— Stephen (@smarko89) December 30, 2014
I'm thinking of taking up talking about taking up tennis.
— Lorene Scafaria (@LoreneScafaria) December 30, 2014
Upcoming 2015 trends:
-beef legs. Like legs, that are meats
-dads. They're blowing up
-sitting. Like just sitting,
— audrey farnsworth (@audipenny) December 31, 2014
It's about ethics in year-end list journalism.
— Rex Huppke (@RexHuppke) December 30, 2014
Only swallowed two spiders this year so the next couple nights are going to be rough.
— Elle Oh Hell (@ElleOhHell) December 30, 2014
Here's a guide to travel around New York City on New Year's Eve from least to most expensive:
Buy a car
— Michelle Wolf (@michelleisawolf) December 30, 2014
u thought he was done mackling but in 2015 he's back baby. and he's ready to mackle. more.
— Casual Male XL (@TravisEkmark) December 30, 2014