So this may sound harsh, but it's just how I view things. Marriage just isn't for me. I look a the news, reports, and studies and the more I look or read the more turned off by marriage I am. It seem that if all goes wrong then all the odds are stacked against the guy. For example if a wife cheats and gets pregnant and the husband doesn't find out before having his name put on the birth certificate he stuck paying for a man's kid even after it declared he isn't the father.
It doesn't matter how cute and perfect the girl is. I'm going to be upfront and tell her I'm never getting married and at that point it's he place to decide to stay or go. And if she chooses to go then fine, I'm not going to loss sleep over it. I do have the right to the ideal live that's best for me. But is it a bad thing I think that way?
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I completely agree with you, and I don't blame you. A circular piece of metal, and a scrap of paper don't guarantee loyalty or fidelity, and with the ideals of premarital sex or living with your boyfriend having been completely reshaped in recent years, marriage seem obsolete. Also. my boyfriend was the victim of birth certificate child support fraud, and under the laws when he was married to his ex, if you sign a "paternity affidavit" you waive your rights to contest child support later on. She had cheated on him with 47 different guy within the first year they were married, and he didn't find she had ever cheated at all until his second kid came out looking like his step brother. When he threatened to file for custody when he left her, she revealed that the first baby wasn't his either.3
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