On a visit to my wife's native England for our honeymoon, we arrived at London's Gatwick Airport.
Tania headed for the British-passport control line while I, an American, waited in the foreigners' line.
When my turn came, the customs officer asked me the purpose of my visit. "Pleasure," I replied.
"I'm on my honeymoon." The officer looked first to one side of me, then the other. "That's very interesting, sir," he said as he stamped my passport. "Most men bring their wives with them."