I'm not getting married, it's a big responsibility.
- I find it ridiculous.14% (5)48% (12)28% (17)Vote
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Most Helpful Girl
Having parents with 25 years together and grandma and grandpa married for +50 years until death did them part I don't see why it wouldn't work.
You just have to get into marriage for the right reasons. And that is also marrying someone who isn't just your lover but your best friend as well. No marriage will ever be perfect but you have to know what you're getting into and not get married after dating for 3 months like most celebs these days who break up after less than a year and have to pay large sums for it most of the time. And also not marry for the sex, will end in divorce for sure.
Know who you're marrying and don't just assume things. Ask for a outsiders outlook on your relationship because it can help greatly as they sometimes see things you don't.
But yeah perhaps one day, but not anytime soon.3
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What Guys Said12
There’s always going to be pressure coming at you from all sides to do the “right thing.” It will come at you from acquaintances, coworkers, friends, family, and the women you date—all of whom think they have it all figured out and want nothing more than to bring you down to their level. This raises a question: What is the “right thing” in this day and age?
Did a guy who’s on the brink of getting divorce-raped by his unappreciative wife do the “right thing” when he put a ring on it without doing his due diligence first? When a woman destroys herself from a steady diet of loser cock and settles for a man she isn’t all that attracted to and doesn’t respect—is she doing the “right thing”?
Is it the “right thing” to bring children into the world only for them to be raised in a split household by a selfish and conniving single mother, and by a father who’s nothing more than a demoralized wallet stuck on the wrong side of the looking glass?
Is it the “right thing” to treat a self-absorbed career woman like pure gold, when in reality she’s just a step above pure shit? As all women descend further and further into moral turpitude, is it the “right thing” to show them respect just because they demand it, yet posses no qualities that actually command it?
Society says: “Yes sir, these are all the right things!” Funny, isn’t it? How everything that is supposedly the “right thing” for a man seems to be nothing more than a one-way ticket to shattered self-respect at best, or complete annihilation at worst. If a man is willing to tow the line and allow society to dictate his behavior, his decisions, and his values—then that man is on the fast-track to failure and ruin. The bottom line is this: being a crowd-pleaser will get you nowhere, and if people hate on you and think you’re an asshole for marching to the beat of your own drum—then fuck’em.
There is no “right thing” anymore.1