Homer: Hugh, there's something I want you to have. My Dad gave me his
cufflinks on the day I married Marge and they brought us good
luck. I couldn't imagine a happier marriage. We don't have many
traditions in our family, but it would mean a lot to me if you
kept this one alive.
Hugh: Well I'd be honored...
[opens case; cufflinks are a bride and groom pig]
...to wear those...things.
-- Homer, not too perceptive, "Lisa's Wedding"