Affectionate words about the groom / praise him and talk of his attributes

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  1. I’d like to focus on Paul for a moment. He’s married now, this may be his last chance to be the centre of attention. I am very proud of him. I don’t know him nearly as well as Linda, but I am a keen observer of the human condition and he strikes me as mature minded and capable, he carries himself well and, as a bonus, he comes from a loving family. Marriage is a balancing of attributes and from what I have seen the balance between Linda and Paul is sound.

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  2. Apparently, woman sub-consciously choose a husband with a character furthest from that of their fathers – and only moments earlier I heard my wife describing her new son in-law as generous, sincere and good humoured.

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