The word "toast" is a wish of good health. It started in ancient Rome, where a piece of toasted bread was dropped into wine.

January 1

"In the New Year,
may your right hand always be stretched out in friendship,
but never in want."

- Alternative -

"May the best of this year be the worst of next."

January 2

"Let us resolve to do the best we can with what we've got.
-William Feather

January 3
" To a firm hand for a flighty beast
an old dog for the long road
a kettle of fish for Friday
and a welcome for the New Year."

January 4

"May the warmth of our affections survive the frosts of age."

January 5

"May you never lie, steal, cheat or drink.
But if you must lie, lie in each other's arms.
If you must steal, steal kisses.
If you must cheat, cheat death.
And if you must drink, drink with us, your friends."

January 6

"May neighbours respect you,
Trouble neglect you,
The angels protect you,
And heaven accept you."

January 7

"May we kiss whom we please,
And please whom we kiss."

January 8

"May you have the hindsight to know where you've been,
The foresight to know where you are going,
And the insight to know when you have gone too far."

January 9

"One bottle for four of us,
Thank God there's no more of us!"

January 10

"May you have warm words on a cold evening,
a full moon on a dark night,
and a smooth road all the way to your door."

- Alternative - 

"May we kiss whom we please,
And please whom we kiss."

January 11

"When we drink, we get drunk.
When we get drunk, we fall asleep.
When we fall asleep, we commit no sin.
When we commit no sin, we go to heaven.
So, let's all get drunk, and go to heaven!"

January 12

"Here's a toast to the roast that good fellowship lends,
With the sparkle of beer and wine;
May its sentiment always be deeper, my friends,
Than the foam at the top of the stein."

January 13

"Oh, here's to other meetings,
   And merry greetings then;
And here's to those we've drunk with,
   But never can again."

January 14

"May you always have a clean shirt, a clear conscience, and enough coins in your pocket to buy a pint!"

January 15"Four blessings upon you...
Older whiskey
Younger women
Faster horses
More money"

January 16

"Here's a toast to the roast that good fellowship lends,
With the sparkle of beer and wine;
May its sentiment always be deeper, my friends,
Than the foam at the top of the stein."

January 17

"Always remember to forget
The things that made you sad.
But never forget to remember
The things that made you glad."

January 18

"Here’s to us that are here, to you that are there, and the rest of us everywhere."
- Rudyard Kipling (Decemberember 30th, 1865 – January 18th 1936), an English poet.

January 19

"Fill with mingled cream and amber,
I will drain that glass again.
Such hilarious visions clamber
Through the chamber of my brain.
Quaintest thoughts, queerest fancies
Come to life and fade away.
What care I how time advances;
I am drinking ale today."
- Edgar Allen Poe

January 20

"May you be found dead at the ripe 'ol age of 99, shot by a jealous spouse."

January 21

"May you never forget
what is worth remembering
or remember
what is best forgotten."

January 22

"Here's a sigh to those who love me,
And a smile to those who hate;
And, whatever sky's above me,
Here's a heart for every fate."

- George Gordon "Lord"  Byron (Said To Thomas Moore). George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron, later George Gordon Noel, 6th Baron Byron, FRS (22 January 1788 – 19 April 1824), commonly known simply as Lord Byron, was a British poet and a leading figure in Romanticism.

January 23

"May we all come to peaceful ends,
And leave our debts unto our friends."

January 24

"Turn out more ale, turn up the light,
I will not go to bed tonight.
Of all the foes that man should dread
The first I have had both old and young,
And ale we drank and songs we sung.
Enough you know when this is said,
That, one and all—they died in bed!"
- Charles Henry Webb, Charles Henry Webb (January 24th, 1834 in Rouse's Point, New York - May 24th, 1905), an American poet and author. Toast is from Dum Vivimus Vigilamus.

January 25

"And fill them high with generous juice,
As generous as your mind,
And pledge me in this generous toast—
The whole of human kind!"
- Robert Burns (25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796) Also Known as Scotland's favourite son and  the Ploughman Poet.

January 26

"May your mornings bring joy
and your evenings bring peace...
May your troubles grow less
as your blessings increase!"

- Alternative -
"Cheers" or  "Cherio"
- In Celebration of Australia Day January 26th

January 27

"Work like you don’t need the money,
dance as if no one were watching,
sing as if no one were listening,
and live every day as if it were your last."

January 28

"Here's to women's kisses,
and to whiskey, amber clear;
Not as sweet as a woman's kiss,
but a darn sight more sincere!"

January 29

"Drink with impunity --
Or anyone who happens to invite you!"
- W.C. Fields.  William Claude Dukenfield (January 29, 1880– Decemberember 25, 1946), better known as W. C. Fields, was an American comedian, actor, juggler and writer.

January 30

"Here’s to our guest
Don’t let him rest.
But keep his elbow bending.
‘Tis time to drink
Full time to think
Tomorrow, when you’re mending."
 -  Anonymous

January 31

"A sunbeam to warm you,
A moonbeam to charm you,
A sheltering angel, so nothing can harm you.
- Traditional Irish


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