An elderly man went to his doctor and said, 'Doc, I think I'm getting senile. Several
times lately, I have forgotten to zip up.'
'That's not senility,' replied the doctor. 'Senility is when you forget to zip down.
When Ted was putting flowers on his Grandmother's grave he noticed a man,
very distraught, in front of a tombstone several yards away. The man was on
his knees, hands tightly clasped in front of him, rocking back and forth, head
tilted upward to heaven, tears streaming down his cheeks, moaning softly,
"Why did you die? Why did you die?" Over and over again.
Ted was overcome with emotion at this sight and went over to the poor man
to try and console him. "Why did you die? Why did you die?" bellowed the
man again and again. Ted gently put his arm around the man and half whispered
to him, "My Grandmother is buried just over there. Is a loved one of yours buried here?"
"No," sniffled the man, "It's my wife's first husband."