Cheers!: 1,024 Toasts & Sentiments for Every Occasion

Cheers!: 1,024 Toasts & Sentiments for Every Occasion

Kevin P. McDonald

Language: English

Pages: 256

ISBN: 1579123589

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Cheers! is an indispensable A-to-Z of warm, funny, erudite, and sentimental sayings forevery possible occasion. Organized by category, Cheers! is more than a list of notable quotes and memorable toasts. It is full of useful advice on how to prepare a personalized message using the sayings in the book; deliver a toast without becoming flustered or, worse, running too long; and determine what words are appropriate for any given situation. An extended index and cross-references make Cheers! extremely easy to navigate, so finding the perfect words is a cinch.

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would take it without doubting. —Rainer Maria Rilke May you have more anniversaries than weddings. You have become mine forever. Yes, we have become partners. I have become yours. Hereafter, I cannot live without you. Do not live without me. Let us share the joys. We are word and meaning, unite. You are thought and I am sound. May the nights be honey-sweet for us. May the mornings be honey-sweet for us. May the plants be honey-sweet for us. May the earth be honey-sweet for us. May

not resist growing old, 22 Do something useful and you will have everything you want, 220 Doctors are the same as lawyers, 178 Don’t cry because it’s over, 104 Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water, 31 Don’t use a hatchet to remove a fly from a friend’s forehead, 88 Don’t walk in front of me, 92 Don’t worry about the future, 23 Down the hatch, 135 Drink, drink, drink!, 133, 148 Drink, drink, let the toast start, 204 Drink deeply, 38 Drink down all unkindness, 63 Drink to her

to the prettiest, here’s to the wittiest, 199 Here’s to the turkey we’re about to eat, 118 Here’s to the world, 188 Here’s to us all!, 114 Here’s to us that are here, 78 Here’s to you!, 18 Here’s to you and here’s to me, 86 Here’s to you both, 209 Here’s to you on your day of days, 22 Here’s to your good health, 19 Here’s to your health!, 18 He’s a healthy son of a gun, 213 He’s afraid nobody will remember him when he’s gone, 191 Home is a name, 161 Home is a place not only of

believe in the beauty of the dream, 184 The gentlemen—divide our time, double our cares, and triple our troubles, 127 The gods conceal from men the happiness of death, 101 The great pleasure of a dog, 172 The greatest impurity is ignorance, 108 The greatest love is a mother’s, 152 The heights by great men reached and kept, 4 The holy passion of friendship is of so sweet and steady and loyal and enduring a nature, 89 The ink of the scholar is more sacred than the blood of the martyr, 110

face that launch’d a thousand ships, 119 We are all born of love, 145 We are not here to curse the darkness, 100 We are what we think, 107 We came into the world like brother and brother, 53 We die with the dying, 99 We drink one another’s health and spoil our own, 70 We grow neither better nor worse as we get old, 19 We learn by teaching, 39 We picture death as coming to destroy, 103 We pray to you O God, 36 We understand death for the first time, 103 We work in the trenches, 189

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