i tell everyone marriage is a doomed

i tell everyone marriage is a doomed union between two people that shouldn't even be considered until two individuals are at LEAST in their later twenties-early thirties. the truth is i'd get married in a second if i could. i'm 18.

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  • Actually your right. If I had a penny for every dumb 18/19/20 year old that got married and divoriced a few years later I'd be rich. Oh and not to mention that they all move back in with their parents and have ruined credit.
    marriage is a doomed union, remember that.

  • if I find the man of my dreams I'd also get married in a heartbeat.

    just not this young.....
    I'm 19.

  • I think someone is jealous!

  • ^not in my case...my wife and I married @ 22 & 21 years of age. 16 years later, we're still together...and guess what?? we were both VIRGINS when we met. We've only been with each other...There were bumps along the way sure, but we worked them out. The s** is ok, but there must be more than that for it to work long term. I know we're in the minority, but I am thankful for that...

  • marriage is a doomed union, remember that.

  • First of all marraige is what you make of it. And really age has nothing to do with it. I know 40 year olds to get married and a month later get divorced and I know peoople who got married when they were 19-22 and are still happily married at 30. Marriage isn't easy or always good and that's where people get it mixed up. Besides marriage is one thing that can't be generalized. There are so many different factors that go into a marraige that no two are the same. I'm not saying that young people don't rush into a marriage based on l*** and find out a year later it was the biggest mistake of their lives. I'm not even saying that waiting until you are older to get married is a bad idea. I'm just saying that you can't say it's a fact that waiting increases your chances. I mean both circumstances have issues that could cause trouble. If you are married young and have no money and go into debt trying to survive then you argue about having no money and struggling to make it. But if you are established and have money then you argue about how to spend it and where it should go. I know I've been in both stages with my marriage. I got married at 23 didn't have a lot of money and that was an issue, but now that I have a good job and make more than enough money we have arguments on how to spend it, or how to save it. But still my marriage is great. But somebody else could have a totally different experience because they are two totally different people. Anyway all I'm saying is that it's not that easy that you can just make a blanket statement about young people.

  • Everyone wonders what marriage would be like. Let me tell you it sux! I hate it I want out and I'm gonna get out and go for the f****** man of my dreams next time.

  • Actually your right. If I had a penny for every dumb 18/19/20 year old that got married and divoriced a few years later I'd be rich. Oh and not to mention that they all move back in with their parents and have ruined credit.

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