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As we gather to honour the marriage of Anthony and Clarissa, I look out over a sea of familiar faces. Many I recognise from the years Anthony and I attended University. Their presence here speaks volumes about the kind of people Anthony and Clarissa are. When your university friends travel thousands of miles to be with you on the most important day of your life, it can only mean one thing: they heard about the free beer.
For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Luke. I’ve been Anthony’s best friend for nearly 10 years.
We meet on the first day of University; and moved on through the ranks together to the final graduation day.
Throughout our university days we shared our passion for the great outdoors, this includes hiking sailing and my favorite activity, setting up wireless networks in tall trees.
Communication is one of the most important thing in a marriage, Anthony and Clarissa have always been know to practice there communication skills in the car all the time.
As anyone who has travel with Anthony and lived can testify.
So although I’m not actually married myself [turn to bridesmaids], I thought it might be helpful if I offered them each a little piece of advice.
Clarissa: you can either tell Anthony to do something or tell him how to do something. But please, not both.
And Anthony: Just think, if it weren’t for marriage, men would go through life thinking they had no faults at all.
[[ Toast ]]
May your love be modern enough to survive the times, but old fashioned enough to last forever.
I’m sure you’re going to be happy together, and I speak for everybody here when I say I wish you both the very best for your future life together.