Post # 1
I had a flight eastbound across the US yesterday and they played the movie Leap Year. I had to constantly control myself as to not sob through it.
Anyway, there was a wedding shown in Ireland in the movie and the bride toasted or made a speech to the groom and I was thinking of using it either as part of a vow or as a speech to my groom at my reception.
Honestly, I probably can’t do it without my voice cracking or me crying so it’s probably not going to work anyway but if I can practice enough to hold myself together, does it sound ok or is it cheesy and too unoriginal?
Here it is:
“May you never steal, lie or cheat. But if you have to steal, then steal away my sorrows. If you have to lie, then lie with me all the nights of our life. If you have to cheat, then cheat death because I don’t want to live a day without you”.
Post # 3
awwww!! i think this is soooo cute! if yoou like it you should go for it.
Post # 5
I think thats a variation of the toast in Hitch… but I still like it 🙂
Post # 6
i actually think that is totally darling. if you love it, use it!
Post # 7
I *love* that movie! And I was totally gonna steal it too:) My Fiance is from Ireland
Post # 8
that is very cute idea! i think it would be so great!
Post # 9
aw love it! I haven’t seen Leap Year but I remember it from Hitch and loved it! 🙂 definitely use it!
Post # 10
I loved that movie! I say use it!
Post # 11
I am stealing that for my Maid/Matron of Honor speech!
Post # 12
I think its sweet. You can probably throw a few of your own lines before, after, even in the middle to make it a little more of an original composition.
Post # 13
I have heard that before, so it is definitely not just from the movie. It’s a lovely sentiment, though.
Post # 14
I just got goose bumps! hehe