Cool toasts. Part 12

Tonight’s sponsor is the union of the three H’s: “mood,” “unique company,” and “shall we have another drink?” So let’s stick to that union!

When a person gets sick, they rub vodka on him to prevent him from getting sick. So let’s prevent it and take it inside, so our souls will never be sick either!

Let’s drink to our merry and friendly company. Let’s meet more often, giving each other positive, fun and good humor. I wish each of us to be cheerful, energetic and upbeat in spirit.

My dear cummerbund. Everyone wishes you health, money and love. And I will not be trivial: let your mug will always be filled with beer, let your wife stop loving soap operas and love soccer, and let the texts from your mistress delete automatically! Happy birthday to you!

What can I wish you? What more do you want? You’re so beautiful, rich, and happy, I can’t think of a toast for you anymore. I’m very happy for you! Only one thing I can say: let everything you have multiply a hundred times over!

In a glade, in a forest, there are a lot of mushrooms, as well as years behind. I wish you only to cherish the days that have crowned us with joy. Here’s to a bucket full of happiness in our clearing called life!

A toast was born to you, my friends. May your glass be full, So that we may walk with you today. And in your hand – a little cucumber, if you’ve drunk already, well done! Here’s to us, the beautiful and the young, To us, the happy and the tough. Here’s to us, we’ll live like a fairy tale, With only light colors prevailing!

Everyone knows that on your birthday you should make wishes. But few know what exactly needs to be done to make the wishes come true. The answer to this question was found in the north of Ireland, in an establishment called “Port Madam”. One day a lonely sailor Cook wandered into this inn, naturally to celebrate his birthday. He asked the innkeeper for a loaf, sat down at the table, and lit the candle that was on the table. He looked so sad that a leprechaun named Bob came over to the sailor from a nearby table. He asked Cook, “What would you like more than anything else in the world?” The sailor replied that home, riches, and women. Then Bob promised that if Cook drank a bucket of ale and tap-danced on the table, everything would surely come true. Cook repeated everything exactly as the leprechaun said and… nothing came true. I wish you fewer such leprechauns on your path.

They say that if they could give a good kicking, to the person who is to blame for all our failures, we wouldn’t be able to sit still for another couple of days, since most of our problems are our own fault! So let’s drink to our sense of self-preservation. Which keeps us from beating ourselves up for mistakes!

An acquaintance told a story from life. He has an employee who smacks loudly, and it began to annoy the other employee. And the other one starts drinking tea loudly in revenge. And imagine: they are sitting in the same corner, one is drinking tea so that your ears stick up, and the other one is smacking. Let our nerve cells be in order!

Let’s drink to all the good, so that the glass cracks! For what’s not to be broken is to be blessed. Let’s party!

Everybody knows that fighting is never a good thing. And arguing with a woman is the worst. Well, you know, right? You’re usually going to be wrong, even if it’s far from it. I’d even say that the only way to get into an argument with a woman is to play dead. So here’s to having as few arguments with ladies as possible.

How the bees sting when they get angry. How stubborn and restless they bite! Knowing when to retreat we rush into battle and remain defeated. Let’s raise a glass to doing everything in life wisely and knowing where to stop and act wiser.

Why are you sitting there, sad. All will be well in life. Spread your wings like a nut and fly high!

Booze makes it hard to live. That’s what the doctors say. But it only seems to bother prudes and teetotalers. So let’s drink to them and to the fact that they soon overcome their fears!