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

April 1

"Roses are red
Violets are blue
I've got Alzheimer's
Cheese on toast"

- Alternative -
- Baluchi - Iran In Celebration of Islamic Republic on April 1, 1979

April 2

“Of all my favorite things to do,
The utmost is to have a brew.
My love grows for my foamy friend,
With each thirst-quenching elbow bend.
Beer’s so frothy, smooth and cold–
It’s paradise–pure liquid gold.
Yes, beer means many things to me…
That’s all for now, I gotta pee!”
April 3

"There are good ships, and there are wood ships,
The ships that sail the sea.
But the best ships, are friendships,
And may they always be."

April 4

"May brooks and trees and singing hills
Join in the chorus too,
And every gentle wind that blows
Send happiness to you."
- Traditional Irish

April 5

"May you live as long as you like,
And have all you like as long as you live."

- Alternative -

“May you live as long as you want,
And never want as long as you live”

April 6

"May the holes in your net be no larger than the fish in it."
- Traditional Irish

April 7

"Here’s to fine wine, women, and song.
And here’s to workdays that aren’t too long.
Here’s to shoes that always fit.
And here’s to you, you silly sh*t!"

April 8

"With small beer, good ale and wine,
O ye gods! How I shall dine!"

April 9

"Let No Man Thirst For Lack Of Real Ale."

April 10

"A generation of children on the children of your children."
April 11

"Thirst is a shameless disease so here's to a shameful cure."

April 12

"May you always have walls for the winds,
a roof for the rain, tea beside the fire,
laughter to cheer you, those you love near you,
and all your heart might desire."
- Traditional Irish

April 13

"Here's to a temperance supper,
With water in glasses tall,
And coffee and tea to end with--
And me not there at all!"

April 14

"I'd rather have a dinner while I'm living, than a monument when I'm dead, for the dinner will be on my friends, while the monument would be on me."

- Alternative -
- Bengali / Bangla New Year's Day April 14th

April 15

"So that our children will have wealthy parents."

April 16

"May we never be in need of a friend to cheer us, or a bottle to cheer him."

April 17

"I'll drink to the Girls who do!
I'll drink to the Girls who don't!
But...I won't drink to Girls
Who say they will and won't!"

April 18

"I wish you health, I wish you well, and happiness galore.
I wish you luck for you and friends; what could I wish you more?
May your joys be as deep as the oceans, your troubles as light as its foam.
And may you find, sweet peace of mind, where ever you may roam."

April 19
"On with the dance! let joy be unconfined;
No sleep till morn, when Youth and Pleasure meet
To chase the glowing hours with flying feet."
- Lord Byron (January 22nd, 1788 – April 19th, 1824), an English poet.
"Laugh at all things,
Great and small things,
Sick and well, at sea or shore;
While we are quaffing,
Let’s have laughing,
Who the devil cares for more?"
- Lord Byron

April 20

"Here's to cheating, stealing, fighting, and smoking.
If you cheat, cheat death.
If you steal, steal a woman's heart.
If you fight, fight for a brother.
And If you smoke, then smoke with me!!"

April 21

"So live that when you come to die, even the undertaker will feel sorry for you."
- Mark Twain
Samuel Langhorne Clemens (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), better known as Mark Twain, was an American author and humorist.

April 22

"The devil invented Whiskey to make the Irish poor."

April 23

"May our house always be too small to hold all our friends."

April 24

"May you...
Work like you don't need the money,
love like you've never been hurt,
dance like no-one is watching,
screw like it's being filmed,
and drink like a true Irishman."

April 25

"Here's to my mother-in-law, who still calls me a son...
But I never let her finish the sentence."

April 26

"Here's to the women that I've loved
     and all the ones I've kissed.
As for regrets, I just have one;
     that's all the ones I've missed.
Oh, women's faults are many,
     us men have only two:
Every single thing we say,
     and everything we do."
April 27

"To Death, the jolly old bouncer, now
Our glasses let's be clinking;
If he hadn't put other out, I trow,
To-night we'd not be drinking."

- Oliver Herford (1863–1935) a British born American writer, artist and illustrator.

April 28

"To the lamp of love:  may it burn brightest in the darkest hours and never flicker in the winds of trial."
- Unknown

April 29

"Here's To Singles
Friends And Heroes
They say in life we need friends and heros,
As I look out upon all of you today,
I raise my glass and say to you....
I am glad I can be both."

April 30

"Wasser ist billig, rein und gut; Doch verdunt es unser blut."
"Water is cheap, pure and good...but it thins the blood."
-  In celebration of Queensday (Queen Juliana's birthday) in the Netherlands on April 30th.


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