The Importance of Being Earnest
Lady Bracknell: And now that we have finally got rid of this Mr. Bunbury, may I ask, Mr. Worthing, who is that young person whose hand my nephew Algernon is now holding in what seems to me a peculiarly unnecessary manner? (III.56)
Chasuble: Both these gentlemen have expressed a desire for immediate baptism.
Lady Bracknell: At their age? The idea is grotesque and irreligious! Algernon, I forbid you to be baptized. I will not hear of such excesses. (III.111-112)
Jack: [Embracing her] Yes . . . mother!
Miss Prism: [Recoiling in indignant astonishment] Mr. Worthing! I am unmarried!
Jack: Unmarried! I do not deny that is a serious blow. (III.148-150)