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How to Make a Toast

Is it toasty in here or is it us? The Esquire Guy mulls over the perfect words to raise a glass to.

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'Tis the season for holiday office parties. If you're making a toast at a professional gathering, you'll need to keep a few things in mind. Is humor a good idea, or no? Is it acceptable to use notes? When to start? How long should it go? The art of the toast is no easy task. Our Esquire Guy columnist explains the key technical matters of toasting etiquette.

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