At one point, Elder Maxwell said he'd read that a certain general had gotten himself into trouble by taking a mistress.
President Monson got that famous look of feigned surprise, a look that let you know something good was coming.
"He was such a homely man," he said, "I'm amazed he could find one woman, let alone two."
The facial expressions of President Monson are worth a thousand words. And they usually show up when he's telling a funny story or talking about his boyhood.