Aunt May and her boyfriends
Doop posted this from Mark Millar's Trouble miniseries. An attempt by Marvel to use modern soap opera in a romance comics way and shoehorn in a shocking twist to the origin of Spider-man. It was received terribly and isn't canon.
I personally believe Roger Stern had in mind a sort-of 'this is how you SHOULD have done it' style retcon when he wrote 'Just A Sweet Old Song' for The Amazing Spider-man Family 7. Because it's still a recent comic, I had to chop up the bits I could show, but it also mentions the events that were originally shown here, also by Doop. As far as we know, this IS current canon.
(Roughly 4 pages worth of scans under the cut)
May is making photo albums of pictures that were conveniently in storage when the old house was burned down. Peter looks at them curiously.
"Say, is this you?"
Peter asks for the story of the time May met Ben.
I'm sure they didn't have sex. I mean, girls didn't have sex with soldiers going off overseas. The alternative is thinking of my grandparents having sex before marriage.
Then we get to see Johnny Jerome, who looks like Rhett Butler. But one night, as the two danced May recognized the voice of the singer of the band...
The amount of guilt May seems to feel, you'd think she was Millar's Trouble girl. She castigates herself some more and tells Peter the story of Why Johnny Was Bad (that you can read the original of in the link above). Peter thinks about his own attraction to bad girl Black Cat and understands why he's never been told.
She makes reference to them deciding to start a nest egg before getting married. Ben went into sales and made a better living than his music made him. May waited tables at Macy's (they had a restaurant?). Then she tells of Ben proposing with his brother's help and how, after Richard and Mary were married and had a child, they accepted care of Peter. May mentions how ashamed they were by the accusations rife at the time of Peter's parent's death that they were traitors. Ben was dead before May found out (with Spider-man's help) that Richard and Mary were American secret agents killed by the 1950's Red Skull.
Then offhand, May mentions...
They wrap up with more reminiscing, and May talking about how happy Jay Jameson made her. It ends with May dancing to Ben's record with his old coat.