Daily Distraction: Learn how to make a memorable toast

NPR's Life Kit has some tips, including sage advice from Clare Roth

Joel Oliphint
Columbus Alive
It's toast season

I went to a beautiful wedding recently, though for a few moments it almost went south when a well-meaning, inebriated groomsman attempted to be funny during an off-the-cuff speech during a toast.

While parties will likely (hopefully) be kept to a minimum this holiday season, 'tis the season of toasts, and NPR's Life Kit has some tips on how to give a memorable one, including some storytelling advice from Clare Roth, a former WOSU staffer and wonderful human who has somehow been to 36 weddings.

Read on to learn from Clare and others.