Guys, does your perception on marriage change as you grow older? If you met the right girl at an older age, would you be more likely to swipe her off the market? Or is age not a factor?
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At 20 we met and I certainly didn't think about marriage. That was "for later, maybe."
A year (or less) later she suggested we buy and wear the same silver rings. I was happy to accept it. Two years later we were living together and when her parents talked to her about marriage I accepted it. We married at 25 and we're still happy together.
We pai a lot more taxes because in this country the IRS adds our incomes and taxes it like one. Unmarried people are taxed each on their own income, each in a lower tax bracket, of course.
Marrying wasn't very smart, after all. We could have lived together without marrying too.
It would even be a good idea for us to divorce and just start living as an unmarried couple.
If she decided to divorce and left me, I certainly wouldn't marry again.