(N.) ‘riz- uh-‘bloo-shun A resolution you make in the knowledge that you’ll break it, recognizing that the very idea you would keep it is risible. Usage: By some fluke, Shauna woke at 7:30 instead of 9 and went to the gym. She made a risiblution while working out that, from this day on, she would do this at least three times a week, guiltily realizing even as she made her vow that she wouldn’t keep it. The next morning, she woke at ten; she didn’t get back to the gym for half a year.
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