‘Wheel of Fortune’ Host Pat Sajak Already Has Hysterical New Year’s Resolution for 2022

by Quentin Blount

If we can count on anything from Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak, it’s that he will always maintain his hilarious sense of humor.

Every year, millions of people across the world make a New Year’s resolution. And longtime Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak is no different — he is hoping to spark some positive change in his own life as well.

Most New Year’s resolutions we read about are often pretty similar. Some people want to be more active, some want to better their financial situations, and others want to learn and grow as a person. As for the 75-year-old Wheel of Fortune host? His is a little different. He doesn’t want any mirrors in his house beginning in 2022. He explained as much in a hilarious post on Twitter.

“You’re never too old to make a resolution,” Sajak wrote. “I was getting dressed this morning, and I caught a glimpse of myself in the mirror — and I didn’t like what I saw! I’m beginning to let myself go. So that’s enough of that! Beginning in 2022, no more mirrors in our home.”

We can always count on Pat Sajak to give us a good laugh. After all, he’s been doing that and more on Wheel of Fortune for nearly 40 years. As for fans of the show online, they found Sajak’s humor to be on point once again.

“I didn’t think you saw your reflection in a mirror #agelesswonder” one fan commented.

“I just tape over mirrors with posters of attractive people and BOOM! Not only can I keep my mirrors, but I feel way better about myself,” another fan joked.

“Good thing I’m not a mirror or you would have seven years of bad luck, cause that cracked me up!” replied a third follower.

‘Wheel of Fortune’ Host Making Plans for the New Year

If you are anything like Pat Sajak, then you already have your New Year’s resolution in place as well. For Pat Sajak, it’s no more mirrors in the house. Okay, he might be kidding about that but there’s a good chance he does have a real New Year’s resolution in place.

As for all of you Outsiders, we hope that you do your best to make your own New Year’s resolution happen. Despite our best intentions, it can be hard to make good on our big plans once the glow of a new year wears off.

Make no mistake about it — it isn’t easy to change our ingrained habits. But if the goal you set is important to you and it will benefit you in the future, then it’s worth the hard work. And we know that all of you out there have the grit and the “must-do” attitude to follow through.