Saturday, March 16, 2019

Humorous Wedding Roast to a Groom Who is a Sports Fan :: Wedding Toasts Roasts Speeches

Humorous Wedding Speech to a Groom Who is a Sports FanGood afternoon, Ladies and Gentlemen. For those of you that dont know me, my name is Rick and Im Tims oldest friend. Im also a complete novice at public speaking and have this kindle urge to prove it to you to solar daytime. Id like to start off by precept that in marrying Rhonda this afternoon, Tim really has made the ultimate sacrifice. Not only has he given up his status as a single man, he has actually had to miss a pre-season back. And no Tim, Im not going to condense this speech short so you can get back for the cooperate half. Still, at least were not missing the first game of the season. I am sure you will all agree that this has turned push through to be a fabulous wedding celebration so far. Rhonda, you really do look beautiful in that dress and I could consider Tim swelling with pride as you walked down the aisle earlier today. Now, as I said, Im Tims oldest friend. We are exceptionally close and very alike. In fact, friends utilise to comment that we were identical in appearance, interests and personality. So let me remind you, ladies and gentlemen, that Tim is a stunning individual oozing charisma and intelligence. So, starting from the very beginning, Tim was natural in Portsmouth on the 6th January 1976. I did try to link this with whatever big world event but it seems that nothing else happened that day the day that the staff at Portsmouth Royal Infirmary still refer to as Monkey Birth Tuesday. It may surprise you to know that, as a youngster, Tim was a superb football player and if it wasnt for pubs opening all day he may very well have turned professional. For dickens seasons I played along side Tim in defense for our local village side. He got me into the team and on my first game, said OK, Jason - heres how this works. You do all the heading and tackling and, when you get the ball, give it to me, Ill take it up the orbit and score. Tim finished up top scorer that season, ne tting twice as many as our centre forward. But we finished bottom of the group discussion and conceded an average of eight goals a game. We once lost a game 22-1, and guess who scored our goal.

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