Most Helpful Guy
It depends on your attitude. Just two generations ago, this was common and worked out reasonably well because there was lots of sexism. Men and women each had definitive roles and, if you understood those roles, life was alright even if it wasn't perfect. My parents were married for 41 years until my dad died. He had just turned 22 when they got married and my mom was 18. I was born when she was 19 and baptized on their first anniversary.
Now, I'm not advocating sexism, but, in today's world, marriage means successful compromise which wasn't necessary in the past. Many of today's young people don't like compromise. So, if you can adequately compromise and be mature, then, sure you can make it work, but, more than likely, it won't work so young.1
Most Helpful Girl
Personally I wouldn't because I think at that age there's still so much more to know and learn but I see nothing wrong with it. Everyone is entitled to do what they want and it shouldn't be anyone else's business. I've seen plenty of people get married young and still successful, and very much in love. Really depends on the individuals in that particular relationship1