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After a couple of hours I’d found some really, really good stuff. If you have a mobile phone – leave it switched on, entertain yourselves.
But then I remembered that I was supposed to be writing a speech.” “If there’s anyone here this afternoon who’s feeling nervous, apprehensive and queasy at the thought of what lies ahead, it’s probably because you’ve just married [Groom’s name].” “I’ve been instructed to keep this speech smut-free, so if I come across any innuendo as I’m reading through, I’ll whip it out immediately.” “All those among you who know the Bride will know that she is a wonderful and caring person. Thank God he married her before she found one.” “I’ve been asked by many how I’m going to cope with my best friend being married and spending all of his time loved up at home. I’ll finally be able to talk to women without him cramping my style.” “Loyal, caring, sincere, honest, and a great man. And if anyone texts you any good jokes, send them my way.” “Just some last messages here to read out: one from the Groom’s football team to [Bride’s name] – ‘apologies we couldn’t all be here today, good luck with [Groom’s name], we found him to be useless in most positions, but wishing you all the best for tonight.” “I’m here to give a speech about the Groom – but what can I say about him that hasn’t already been a topic on the Jeremy Kyle show?
So if you’re looking for any inspiration for your big speech, you could do worse than these tried-and-tested quips: “It’s been an emotional day.
There is no justification for the amount of naked people on the World Wide Web, many of whom are clearly (clearly!
One of the most entertaining moments in any wedding day is the Best Man’s speech, a chance for a close friend or relative to roast the Groom one last time before he heads off red-faced into married life.
With the World Wide Web, we've realized it's a brochure.” ― tags: body, books, cool, culture, desire, emotion, friendship, funny, girl, honesty, humor, humour, imagination, individuality, life, love, music, novel, passion, reality, relationships, romance, self, sex, technology, truth, wisdom, young, youth tags: body, boy, boyfriend, boys, cool, culture, desire, emotion, friendship, funny, honesty, humor, humour, imagination, individuality, life, love, music, novel, passion, poem, poems, poet, poetry, poetry-life, poets, reality, relationships, romance, self, sex, technology, truth, wisdom, young, youth “That’s sad. It gets harder and harder to find something…real.” Nin interlocked his fingers, and stretched out his arms.
“Real love, real friends, real body parts…” ― “I suppose it’s not a social norm, and not a manly thing to do — to feel, discuss feelings. Social norms and stuff…what good are social norms, really?Most work in modern technological societies is intolerably dull and repetitive. Even among defenders of traditional family values, e.g., Christians and Jews, a certain dreariness must be inferred, if only from the average time of TV viewing.