THE COURT: The last marriage that I performed, Mr. Cooper, involved a groom who was ninety-five, and the bride was eighty-three. I did not demand that they prove that they intended to engage in procreative activity. Now, was I missing something?— From "A Risky Proposal" by Margaret Talbot.
MR. COOPER: No, your Honor, you weren't. Of course, you didn't.
THE COURT: And I might say it was a very happy relationship.
MR. COOPER: I rejoice to hear that.