Once upon a time, there was an old couple who had been together for quite some time. Their love had grown stronger, and they felt it was time to take the next important step in their relationship—marriage. They went on a thoughtful dinner date before the wedding, having a long and profound chat about the practical implications of their approaching union.
They discussed several crucial things while dining, such as finances, future living arrangements, and so on. The older guy was methodical in his approach, ensuring that they were on the same page concerning the specifics of their shared existence. However, there was one unresolved issue that had been hanging in the air, waiting to be addressed.
Finally, the elderly guy had the guts to bring up the issue of their sexual relationship. He leaned in and asked confidently, “How do you feel about lovemaking?”
The old lady, a picture of elegance and contemplation, deliberated long on her response. She was aware that this was a sensitive situation that demanded a thoughtful and controlled response. “Well, I’d have to say I’d like it infrequently,” she eventually said.
For a brief period, the old guy, who had been intently listening, sat in quiet. Then, looking into her eyes with a nonchalant attitude, he remarked, “Was that one word or two?”
The elderly couple negotiated the seas of intimacy in this lighthearted and hilarious encounter, sharing a giggle over their conflicting meanings of the word “infrequently.” It was a tender moment of understanding, showing the unique characteristics of their relationship and demonstrating the continuing power of love and laughter, even in old age.