Two Funny Wedding Toasts
“Here’s to the bride and the mother in-law.
Here’s to the groom and the father in-law.
Here’s to the sister and brother in-law.
Here’s to friends and friends in-law.
May none of you ever need, an attorney at law.”
which Ambrose Bierce defined as
“a community, consisting of
and two slaves,
making in all, two (people).”
(For these toasts to work, you must read them slowly, with careful pauses at each comma.)
Source: “Crisp Toasts” by William R. Evans III and Andrew Frothingham, p. 126
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