Toasts


"Who does not love Wine, women and song Remains a fool His whole life long." – Johann Heinrich Voss

"Let us toast the fools; but for them the rest of us could not succeed." – Mark Twain

"To our host, an excellent man. For is a man not fairly judged by the company he keeps?" – Unknown author

"When my glass is full, I empty it. When it is empty, I fill it." - Oath of the Confrerie des Sacavins

"To the sun that warmed the vineyard, To the juice that turned to wine, To the host that cracked the bottle, And made it yours and mine." - Unknown author

"May the roof over your head never fall in. And those beneath it never fall out." - Unknown author

"There’s many a toast I’d like to say, If only I could think it; So fill your glass to anything, And, thank the lord, I’ll drink it!" - Wallace Irwin

"Here’s to our creditors — May they be endowed With the three virtues: Faith, hope, and charity." -Unknown author

"Here's to woman! Would that we could fall into hers arms Without falling into her hands." – Ambrose Bierce

"Here’s to the man who takes a wife, May he make no mistake; For it makes a lot of difference Whose wife it is you take." - Unknown author

"Here's to the bottle which held a store Of imprisoned joy and laughter! Here’s to this bottle, many more bottles, And to those to follow after!" – Unknown author

"Drink today and drown all sorrow, You shall perhaps not do't tomorrow; Best while you have it, use you breath; There is no drinking after death." -Beaumont and Fletcher

"Come friends, come let us drink again, This liquid from the nectar vine, For water makes you dumb and stupid, I learn this from the fishes." – Old Dutch Fisherman Song

"Here’s to a long life and a merry one; A quick death and an easy one; A pretty girl and a loving one; A cold bottle and another one." - Unknown author

"Here's to a long life and a merry one; A quick death and an easy one; A pretty girl and a loving one; A cold bottle and another one." - Unknown author