Overheard in a checkout line: A little old man shopping with his wife puts a huge bag of assorted snack-size candy bars on the checkout conveyor. As the cashier reaches for them, he looks at here with a very serious and just slightly unhappy expression.
"We bought a bag of candy like this here last week. Now I have to buy another one because the last one was defective."
The cashier looks at him, looks at the bag, and back at him again. I could see her trying to think of a way a bag of candy could be defective.
"I'm sorry, sir, what was wrong with the bag?
The little old man allows just a hint of a smile.
"Well, we took the bag home and opened it early, and before we knew it, it was empty. Now I have to buy more."
I like old people humor.