Religion. Give that up as it’s as fake as your last president, it was the first of the big cons.
Most things I gave up for the pandemic were actually good for me, which makes the last year really a problem…
What we HAVE been doing more of, and perhaps it’s something to consider for y’all too: We’ve been eating “from out” oftener. It’s a pleasure not to do the cooking, and it’s doing our part to support the local restaurants. Call it in, go get it, come home and eat it. Be sure to leave a real nice tip: Those folks can sure use it.
Haven’t we all given up enough already?
I give up reading Heller.
Good morning my friend. Stay safe and be well.
I’m giving up…eating raw chicken feet. Wish me luck.
I gave up lent for lent.
A lot of people gave up their lives due to Covid-19. Others gave up the roof over their heads, food and a place to sleep where it isn’t freezing. Some have given up following the Trump Republican Party and the Easter Bunny. The one thing everyone is NOT giving up on is the America we knew before the last four years of misery.
Religion should instruct you on how to treat each other and the world, science to explain the world.
Probably there is not much left to give up. Other than snacking
How about giving up voting for Republicans, they have proved themselves to be totally against the American way.
When I was 11 I gave up religion for Lent. Never looked back.
Along with new years resolutions I gave up giving up for lent after I quit believing in Catholicism right after 6th grade. If you need to change or reduce something in your life don’t wait for new years or lent. Do it immediately. In America we’re supposed to have freedom of religion. What we need is freedom from religion.
Sooner or later, we are all going to give up. We can’t be a year from now, where we are now. Something has to change.
Many years ago I gave up going to church for lent. I’m still upholding it.
I gave up giving up things one New Years Eve.
Everything in moderation. Including moderation.
@Fflashbang – May God bless you….anyway!