"Webster's Dictionary defines wedding as the fusing of two metals with a hot torch."

"Webster's Dictionary defines wedding as the fusing of two metals with a hot torch."

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During Phyllis's wedding midway to the third season of The Office, Michael Scott gave a wedding speech like no other and it's unforgettable in a way that he totally jumbles the definitions of words. He defines the ceremony straight from the dictionary with, "Webster's Dictionary defines wedding as the fusing of two metals with a hot torch." What rhymes with the word wedding? Then he awkwardly adds, "Well you know something? I think you guys are two metals, gold medals."

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    Anonymous
    Written on October 20, 2019
    "Michael Scott is my favorite character in the office and he has a lot of funny lines but his wedding speech just takes the cake as the funniest! This is how I want my wedding speech to go, it can't go any other way HAHAHA"
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