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

March 1

May you live as long as you want,
And never want as long as you live.
- Traditional Irish

March  2

"May your blessings outnumber
the shamrocks that grow,
And may trouble avoid you
wherever you go."
- Traditional Irish

March 3

"God then made man.
The Italian for their beauty.
The French for fine food.
The Swedes for intelligence.
The Jew for religion.
And on and on until he looked at what
he had created and said,
"This is all very fine but no one is having fun.
I guess I'll have to make me an Irishman.""

March 4

"Always remember to forget
The friends that proved untrue.
But never forget to remember
Those that have stuck by you."
- Traditional Irish

March 5

"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."
- Traditional Irish
March 6

"May the road rise to meet you.
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face.
And rains fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again,
May God hold you in the hollow of His hand."
- Traditional Irish

March 7

"Here’s hoping that you live forever
And mine is the last voice you hear."
- Willard Scott, (born Marchch 7, 1934), from A Gentleman’s Guide to Toasting.

March 8

"When money's tight and hard to get
and your horse is also ran,
When all you have is a heap of debt
a pint of plain is your only man."
- Traditional Irish

March 9

"Here's to Hell!
May the stay there,
Be as much fun as the way there!"
- Traditional Irish

March 10

"May you have all the happiness
and luck that life can hold...
And at the end of all your rainbows
may you find a pot of gold."
- Traditional Irish

March 11

"An Irishman is never drunk as long as
He can hold onto one blade of grass and not
Fall off the face of the earth."

March 12

"Health and a long life to you.
Land without rent to you.
A child every year to you.
And if you can't go to heaven,
May you at least die in Ireland."
- Traditional Irish


Health and life to you;
The mate of your choice to you;
Land without rent to you,
And death in Eirinn.
- Traditional Irish

March 13

"May the winds of fortune sail you,
May you sail a gentle sea.
May it always be the other guy
who says, "this drink's on me.""
- Traditional Irish

March 14

"May the lilt of Irish laughter
lighten every load.
May the mist of Irish magic
shorten every road...
And may all your friends remember
all the favours you are owed!"
- Traditional Irish

March 15

"Tis my will when I die, not a tear shall be shed,
No Hie Jacet be graved on my stone,
But pour o'er my coffin a bottle of red,
And write that His Drinking is Done."

March 16

"May the saddest day of your future be no worse than the happiest day of your past."
- Traditional Irish

March 17

"The anniversary of St. Patrick's day, and may the Shamrock be green forever."
- Traditional Irish


"Saint Patrick was a gentleman,
Who through strategy and stealth,
Drove all the snakes from Ireland,
Here’s a toasting to his health.
But not too many toastings
Lest you lose yourself and then
Forget the good Saint Patrick
And see all those snakes again.
'Beannachtam na Feile Padraig!'
Happy St. Patrick's Day!"

March 18

"May you have all the happiness
and luck that life can hold—
And at the end of all your rainbows
may you find a pot of gold."
- Traditional Irish

March 19

"If you’re enough lucky to be Irish...
You’re lucky enough!"

March 20

"May God grant you many years to live,
for sure he must be knowing,
the earth has angels all too few
and heaven is overflowing."

March 21

"May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks
May your heart be as light as a song
May each day bring you bright
Happy hours that stay with you all the year long."
- Traditional Irish

March 22

"May you have food and raiment,
a soft pillow for your head.
May you be forty years in heaven
before the devil knows you’re dead."
- Traditional Irish
March 23

"May your pockets be heavy and your heart be light,
May good luck pursue you each morning and night."
- Traditional Irish

March 24

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

March 25

"May your pockets be heavy and your heart be light,
May good luck pursue you each morning and night."
- Traditional Irish


"Stin Eyiassou!" (Stin Eye-ee-yass-ooh)
(Greek) "To Your Health!"
- In Recognition of the 25th of Marchch (Greece)

March 26

"Why, if 'tis dancing you would be,
There's brisker pipes than poetry.
Say, for what were hop-yards meant,
Or why was Burton built on Trent?
Oh many a peer of England brews
Livelier liquor than the Muse,
And malt does more than Milton can
To justify God's ways to man.
Ale, man, ale's the stuff to drink
For fellows whom it hurts to think:
Look into the pewter pot
To see the world as the world's not."
--A.E. Housmann (born Alfred Edward Housman Marchch 26th, 1859 – April 30th 1936),  an English classical scholar and poet.

March 27

"Here's to beauty, wit, and beer,
and to a full stomach, a full purse, and a light heart."
- Traditional Irish


"A full belly, a heavy purse, and a light heart."
- Traditional Irish

March 28

"In heaven there is no beer...
That's why we drink ours here."

March 29

"May the luck of the Irish
Lead to happiest heights
And the highway you travel
Be lined with green lights.
Wherever you go and whatever you do,
May the luck of the Irish be there with you."
- Traditional Irish

March 30

"May the sun shine, all day long,
everything go right, and nothing wrong.
May those you love bring love back to you,
and may all the wishes you wish come true!"
- Traditional Irish

March 31

"May the face of every good news
and the back of every bad news be towards us."
- Traditional Irish

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