Yesterday I wrote about a lavish older man–younger woman wedding. Today I’ve got a quote that should make the couple feel wonderfully smug–even though I wouldn’t call the groom “old,” just quite a bit older than his bride.
“‘Old men shouldn’t marry young girls,’ he said. ‘I disagree. If young girls marry young men, they never grow or learn … for both are equally green.'”
Antony and Cleopatra by Colleen McCullough