When my younger brother and his wife celebrated their first anniversary, they invited the rest of the family to join them for dinner. The conversation focused on the newlyweds and how they happened to meet. Caught up in the romance of the story, one by one the men related how we had met our wives. Eventually everyone had told his story except for my youngest brother.
All eyes were on him when he said, "Oh, Cindy and I met in college. We were matched up by a computer according to compatibility."
"That’s the whole story?" my wife asked incredulously.
"Oh, no," he replied with a grin. "They’ve fixed the computer since then."