The Widow’s Weakness

Sadie had been widowed for a few years and very lonely. Her daughter arranged a date with a local businessman named Morris. After much hemming and hawing, she consented to go on the date.
Morris picked her up the next day, and they went on a picnic in a very secluded spot. Morris also had been widowed for some time and found himself very attracted to Sadie. Despite her initial resistance to his advances, they made love right on the picnic blanket.
Sadie was mortified at her lack of self-control and sobbed “I don’t know how I can face my daughter, knowing in a time of weakness, I sinned twice!”
Morris said “What do you mean ‘twice?’ We only did it once!”
Sadie looked at Morris and said, “Well, you were going to do it again, weren’t you?”

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