When do you think is the best time of your life to be in relationship and why?

You know how people say that your high school years are the best years of your life? Well in terms of dating, what would you consider the best years of relationships, so like teens, twenties, thirties, forties, fifties, etc and why?

  • Teens
    Vote A
  • 20's
    Vote B
  • 30's
    Vote C
  • 40's
    Vote D
  • 50+
    Vote E
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Most Helpful Guy

  • There is no way to answer this question accurately.
    Eliminate 40s and 50s. You're generally more financially stable here, but this stage of your life should be shared with your life partner.

    3 potential winning candidates:

    Teens: So. Many. Firsts.
    -First crush
    -First kiss
    -First "love"
    -First sexual encounter
    -First heartbreak
    -The emotional instability of all teenagers creates for insane drama
    Basically al of your relationship firsts

    -More experienced than your teen years
    -Finally starting to actually figure out how to do the sex
    -Have the free time and energy to party all night
    -Can go on adult dates

    -Still some lingering effects from the mental instability from the teen years, mixed with alcohol = bad combo
    -Girls feel the need to go OVER THE TOP bat shit crazy when it comes to partying in their earlier 20s

    Basically the teen years with more sex and drama, and less firsts.

    -Young enough to go out and have a good time, and now have the funds to do so without worrying about how much you're spending
    -All the teenage drama has been left behind in the last decade
    -Don't have to convince girlfriend's dad of your future potential because you already have proven yourself

    Everyone around you is married.

    I'm going to go ahead and say mid to late 20s.


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  • My answer is pretty much what rthomas43 said. He broke it down for ya.

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