Some humorous readings for weddings include "Gravitation" by Albert Einstein and "To My Valentine" by Ogden Nash. In another funny reading, "I'll Be There for You," writer Louise Cuddon tells her spouse that her love continues to last through a variety of circumstances.
In "Gravitation," Einstein uses the theory of relativity to describe love. He says that if a person puts his hand on a hot stove for a minute, it seems like an hour. By contrast, if a person sits by someone he loves for an hour, it seems like a minute.
The humorous reading "To My Valentine" compares the bride and groom's love to other circumstances. For example, the speaker says that he loves his bride more than a criminal hates a clue and more than a catbird hates a cat. He says that he loves his bride more than a high court hates perjury.
In "I'll Be There for You," the speaker tells her spouse that she loves him, even when his plane is delayed. Her love for her spouse continues, even when the spouse breaks rules. Even when her spouse has the flu, her love for her spouse endures.