Lying on his deathbed, the wealthy Mr. Harris was instructing his lawyer on last-minute changes in his will.
“I wish to leave everything I own, stocks, bonds, property, art and money to my wife. However, there is one stipulation.”
“And that is?” queried the lawyer.
“In order to inherit, she must marry again within six months of my death.”
The lawyer seemed puzzled and asked, “Why make such an unusual request?”
Mr. Harris answered, “Because I want someone to be sorry I died.”