I have a dear friend named Kenny.
He introduced me to my ex-wife (not Susan… the other one, WHN). 
She & I introduced Kenny to the girl who became (and still is) his wife.
Kenny is a bit of a practical joker and he, on occasion, likes to spring his practical jokes during a lunch or dinner out.
Here is an account, told to me by my ex, about a stunt Kenny pulled on her and her friend many years ago.
Kenny, my ex and the friend were having lunch at a nice Montreal restaurant. It was, I believe in Old Montreal.
At the end of lunch, the waitress comes over carrying a little birthday cake with candles.
Kenny blushes and gushes and says, “Awww… I can’t believe you guys remembered it was my birthday! How thoughtful. Thank you. Thank you!”
He gets up and gives them both a big hug and kiss.
The girls look at each other, puzzled, as Kenny returns to his seat to blow out the candles.
‘Did you do this?’ they whisper to each other. “No! I thought YOU did it!”
Needless to say, Kenny arranged for the cake to be delivered to the table.
Naturally, it wasn’t even his birthday.
I miss lunches with Kenny. You never know what’s going to happen next!
 When I was a young rōnin, I was for several years in a relationship and living with an even younger partner. While I did not fully appreciate it at the time, we were in a common-law marriage. That person is, therefore, my ‘first spouse’ [‘SA’ aka ‘Susan’], as opposed to the person I legally married (then legally divorced) many years later [‘WHN’]. My children, Exhibits One and Two, were tendered into evidence during the second marriage.