UN-BEE-LIEV-ABLE! One perplexed teen proclaimed.
"I don't understand this at all," he continued. "Uh, why get married FIRST? That's the question," he said. I mean, if you want kids, shouldn't you have your girlfriend pop out one or two before you come through with a wedding ring? Y'know, just to make sure you're not getting married in vain."
His friend laughed. "Ah, a true romantic," he said. The friend then began to hum a familiar tune ("Love and Marriage," Lyrics by Sammy Cahn; Music by Jimmy Van Heusen), after which he then sung forcefully like an opera star:
Love and marriage, love and marriage
They go together like a horse and carriage
This I tell you, brother
You can't have one without the other
"Ok, ok, got it," said the first teen, holding his hands over his ears. "Enough already. You're no Frank Sinatra, y'know."