Some cultures have people getting engaged when they're children.
What must it be like to picture a wedding so young?
Probably they imagine someone like He-Man officiating it.
e.g. "By the power (of Grayskull) invested in me, I now pronounce you man* and cooties-haver."
* Why pronounce the man "man"? Isn't that what he is already?
Is it He-Man's fault? Did he-he start it?
Did someone pronounce him "He" and "Man"?
No man is an island, sure, but a He-Man might be a happening peninsula.
Or perhaps the LADY doth protest too much.
Scramble the letters in He-Man and you get "Me? Nah."
Does this mean anything? Probably not. But what DOES mean anything?