DEAR MISS MANNERS: I'm 63. My wife is 53. We've been married for 25 years. I often get "funny" comments about our age difference, like "Oh, Darlene (my wife), who's the old guy with you? Ha ha."
I'm still young-looking. I often get comments that I don't look my age. I'm 5-foot-11 and weigh 185 pounds. I run half-marathons. So I'm in good shape. Please, how do I respond to such harsh comments?
GENTLE READER: "Darlene?! Are you seeing an older man?"