my reasons: once you're married the chace is over you've already seduced them, ect... The romance is dead because you can do almost anything (except cheating or abuse) and you're partner will (most likely) not leave you, so that means people let themselves go, stop making time for each other, ect. once you're married (after the honeymoon phase, so basically after the first year or so), you stop doing things for one another because you really care and instead out of obligation (legally binding marriage contract, remember?) this is when the resentement starts..some people get married for the wrong reasons (for the wedding, money, afraid of being alone) where as when you cohabitate you don't risk someone marrying you for these reasons.
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You'll do whatever you want, and I don't care.
Part of me likes the idea of meeting a girl so awesome we'd get married.
Years of listening to Tom Leykis tells me marriage is just a sham institution that exposes me to financial destruction at the whim of some girl. Vulnerabilities... and no gains. No practical reason to get married... unless she's my sugar momma.1