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Christmas Toasts

Some of the best christmas toasts. Enjoy the holidays!

I know I've wished you this before
But every year I wish it more.
A Merry Christmas.

A Christmas wish-may you never forget what is worth remembering or remember what is best forgotten.

Be merry all, be merry all,
With holly dress the festive hall,
Prepare the song, the feast, the ball,
To welcome Merry Christmas.

To a person so generous that it makes me want to say, "Yes, my friends, there is a Santa Claus."

In the immortal words of Tiny Tim in Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, "Here's to us all! God bless us every one!"

"Christmas ...
A day when cheer and gladness blend,
When heart meets heart
And friend meets friend."
-J. H. Fairweather

I wish you a Merry Christmas
And a Happy New Year,
A pocket full of money
And a cooler full of beer.

May yours be the first house in the city to welcome St. Nicholas.

Here's to the white of the mistletoe,
And to its many leaves so green;
And here's to the lips of ruby red,
Waiting 'neath to complete the scene.

Here's to friends we've yet to meet,
Here's to those here; all here I greet;
Here's to childhood, youth, old age,
Here's to prophet, bard and sage,
Here's to your health-may all be bright
On this so special Christmas night.

"At Christmas play and make good cheer
For Christmas comes but once a year."

Here's to the holly with its bright red berry. Here's to Christmas, let's make it merry.

Here's wishing you more happiness
Than all my words can tell,
Not just alone for Christmas
But for all the year as well.


- , Editor, Etiquette Scholar

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