Intimidating quotes for fighting
[When he saw his father and some older men writing off a strong horse as 'untrainable' because it kept bolting:] Alexander: "What an excellent horse they are losing because they are not bold enough to manage him.
I will ride that horse, or I will pay the price of it."Churchill: "The youths at the universities ...
In general, it’s probably a good idea to keep your toasts before everyone is dancing, because once that party is unleashed, it might be hard to reel it back in.
Some couples totally hate that the toasts mean by nature that everyone is looking at them… Once you open the mic to a bunch of slightly drunk people, you might never get to move on to the rest of the night.
Savage: "Regardless of where or to whom [he] was speaking ... two lovely houses in the town; one where I would have my wife and children and be monogamous and love them truly and well and the other where I would have my nine beautiful mistresses on nine different floors."[Following an incident where Dick Cheney accidentally shot a friend:] Barack Obama: "Dick Cheney ...
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NO, it’s not true that your dad should speak because he has a special daddy-daughter connection, and your mom should smile quietly.
If the mother-child connection isn’t special, I literally don’t know what is.
(If you’re reading this in advance, you automatically get bonus points, your speech will clearly be perfect.) But, first things first. (And yes, to those of you who have mixed feelings about giving this toast, and just want to get through it with class and style, we’ve got you covered too.) The people who are most important to you and to your wedding give toasts.
Close your eyes for a sec and think back to the last wedding toast you really, truly loved—what stood out about it? Think your maid of honor, your best man, any and all of your parents, and maybe siblings or other people close to your heart that don’t have a specific title.