I know a few aquaintainces who all are married that I see at get togethers. They don't talk to me, so I listen what they say to other married couples, and some things are about houses and the wedding, but everything else is something we all can relate to like jobs or movies or what's on the news.
Why selectively block contact with singles? If anything singles have more time to hang out so married couples (or just one of the people) have a reliable friend who has time to hang out. I understand married couples are busier usually, but we all are busy with our own things not just married people, so why discriminate? Or is it they feel weird hanging with someone single? Same sex friendship shouldn't matter than but I even see this fall apart when a friend gets married.
For me it's horrible being single, I can't find anyone who wants to stay friends all I want is someone to talk to and it's like from others "I'm married sorry no time to talk to you"
Most Helpful Girl
I don't think that's accurate. I'm married and we both have quite a few single friends. 99% of my friends are single actually. We also have lots of couple friends though. Maybe what you're really seeing is couples liking to hang out b/c they don't want some "Single people" to feel like they are "third wheeling" on their activities?1
Most Helpful Guy
Yeah your right , it is like that a lot, I guess cause their spouses are their main focus and only married couples can relate but it's not fair when you try to have single friends that the other spouse may think is trying to corrupt them1