Thursday, March 28, 2019

Humorous Wedding Speech by an Old Friend of the Groom :: Wedding Toasts Roasts Speeches

jocular Wedding Speech by an Old Friend of the Groom grievous evening Ladies and GentlemenLet me first say that the bridesmaids look absolutely smashing today, and wholly rightly outshone by our bride, Pamela. And, Im sure youll agree with me gentlemen, today is a sad day for single men, as some other(a) beauty leaves the for sale list. And ladies, Im sure youll agree that todays passing by without much of a ripple. Ive cognise Robert for the best part of twenty years and of course there are plenty of things I could tell you rough what we got up to in our young days. Unfortunately, I did consult my solicitor and he tells me that we could still face prosecution, so maybe Ill keep things to a minimum and talk only about Roberts positive attributes. And from time to time, Robert does exhibit some capital qualities of character which have earned the respect of so many of us gathered here today. He is generous to a fault especially if its his own. He is exceptionally modest a lthough he has plenty to be modest about (or at least he did until Pamela became his girlfriend). And he is a man who always sticks by his convictions - he will remain in the wrong no matter how much he gets ridiculed for it. But peradventure Roberts most enduring quality is his artful pillory of those about him. When on form, his wisecracks at the expense of others can be as lessen to the subject as they are amusing to everyone else. Take the incident preferably today when he asked the vicar (preacher), Do you charge for taking a perform service? Not a penny he replied. From what I dictum this morning, youve got it spot on I am convinced Roberts genius and sense of fun resulted from the games his dad played with him as a kid. He used to throw him in the air and walk away. Needless to say, another good thing about Robert is that he can take a joke as well as. Mind you, so can Pamela, because shes taken Robert. Having been a first-hand observer of Robert for a long time Ive s een other desirable virtues begin to emerge in him. Hes deform quite entrepreneurial, and as a close friend of his Ive been haggard into many of his wild schemes as an unwilling ally.

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