Best Man Basics In A Day For Dummies

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Being best man is both an honor and a huge responsibility - if you think it's just a case of buying a few beers on a boy's night out, think again! You've got a lot of organizing to do, there's etiquette to follow and, of course, the dreaded speech to make. Fear not, however, as Be a Best Man in a Day For Dummies is here to help. It's a humorous, yet information packed step-by-step guide to your role and responsibilities.

This is a cut-down version of Being the Best Man For Dummies. Topics covered include:

  • The bachelor party
  • The wedding preparations
  • The ceremony
  • The reception
  • Writing the speech
  • Delivery and presentation
  • Ten essentials to bring to the wedding
  • Ten nightmare wedding scenarios
  • Ten great speech opening lines
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John Wiley & Sons
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Published on
Jun 14, 2012
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Pages
81
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ISBN
9781118380291
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Language
English
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Genres
Reference / Weddings
Self-Help / General
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The Blizzard is a quarterly football publication, put together by a cooperative of journalists and authors, its main aim to provide a platform for top-class writers from across the globe to enjoy the space and the freedom to write what they like about the football stories that matter to them.


Contents of Issue Fifteen


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The North-East

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* Jonathan Wilson, A Sentimental Journey - In a world of superclubs, what’s the point of the ordinary teams?

* George Caulkin, The Great Betrayal - Mike Ashley and the cheapening of the Newcastle dream

* Harry Pearson, The Van Basten of Hartlepool - Adam Boyd and the glory of a flickering talent

* Michael Walker, Bob Paisley and the Red Kennedys - The north-eastern influence that underlay Liverpool’s period of domination


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Strikers

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* Dominic Bliss, A Season in Turin - Denis Law remembers his year playing in Serie A

* Jim Davies and Juan Felipe Rubio, The Lost Weekend - Spending two days on Faustino Asprilla’s Colombian ranch

* Thierry Marchand and Philippe Auclair, A Game for Individuals - Thierry Henry reflects on how football has changed in his 20 years at the top


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Davids and Goliaths

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* Luke Alfred, The Boys who never Grew Up - South Africa are African football’s greatest underachievers. What’s gone wrong?

* Robin Bairner, When FFP Goes Wrong - Luzenac’s promotion to the French second flight should have been a joyous fair-story but it killed the club

* Will Unwin, Defying the Odds - How tiny Eibar have taken their place in the Spanish top flight

* Paul Watson, Fifa’s Exiles - For Pacific islands, football development can be a haphazard and fragile process


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Theory

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* Nicholas Blincoe, The Roundhead’s Paradox - Tony Pulis and the conflicted character of British Puritanism

* Amy Lawrence, Wengerball - Arsène Wenger, the Invincibles and the transformation of Arsenal’s philosophy

* Jonny Singer, The Archduke and the Offside Law - Did the First World War lead to the most significant ever change to the Laws of the Game?

* Marti Pararnu, Pep Talk - How Guardiola inspired Bayern Munich before the Super Cup shoot-out against Chelsea


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The Sense of an Ending

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* Ewan MacKenna, Fallen Eagle - The death of the former Nigeria striker Rashidi Yekini remains shrouded in mystery.

* Alessandro Mastrolucca, Bergamini - 25 years ago the Cosenza midfielder Denis Bergamini was run over by a truck. Was it murder?


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Fiction

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* Iain Macintosh, Quantum of Bobby - Spinning through time and space, Bobby Manager finds himself at Roy Keane’s Sunderland


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Greatest Games

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* Scott Murray, Liverpool 3 Newcastle United 0 - FA Cup final, Wembley Stadium, London, 4 May 1974


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Eight Bells

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* Rob Smyth, Dethronings - A selection of champions who surrendered their titles in decisive fashion


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