There was a lady in her 90s who became a sort of local celebrity because she had recently gotten married.
The local news station decided to interview her. The interviewer asked questions like how it was to be a newlywed in her 90s.
“This isn’t my first husband, so it’s not much different than the others,” she replied with a smile.
“Oh? How many husbands have you had?” the interviewer inquired.
“This one will be my fourth,” she replied.
“I was married in my 20s to a banker, then in my 40s to a circus performer. After that I married a preacher.”
“What does your current husband do?”
“Oh, he’s a funeral director.”
The interviewer laughed and then asked how she came to marry these men from such different backgrounds and personalities.
“It always made sense to me,” she replied.
“I married one for the money, two for the show, three to get ready, and four to go.”
With all the new technology regarding fertility recently, a 65-year-old woman was able to give birth.
When she was discharged from the hospital and went home, her relatives came to visit.
“May we see the new baby?” one asked.
“Not yet,” said the mother. “I’ll make coffee and we can visit for a while first.”
Thirty minutes had passed, and another relative asked, “May we see the new baby now?”
“No, not yet,” said the mother.
After another few minutes had elapsed, they asked again, “May we see the baby now?”
“No, not yet,” replied the mother.
Growing very impatient, they asked, “Well, when can we see the baby?”
“WHEN HE CRIES!” she told them.
“Why do we have to wait until he CRIES?”