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At what age do you think guys start to think about settling down Watch

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    I'm thinking 35?
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    60 years old seems about right
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    I live with my SO and we're like an old married couple anyway. :laugh:
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    Never.

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    Most guys, I'd say about 30+ but you get guys that will settle down sooner or later than that or just not settle down at all :teehee:
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    Probably early-mid 30s for most.

    Biologically there is clearly not the same urgency for men.
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    About half of the guys from my school are married and/or have kids, so early to mid twenties. I would say it's a bit earlier than most though, will be different in different areas I guess.
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    Is now an option? I'm lazy.
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    Well my fiancé settled down with me at 22
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    (Original post by Airmed)
    I live with my SO and we're like an old married couple anyway. :laugh:
    We are too, we do coffee and cake at home instead of partying
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    I live with my SO and we're like an old married couple anyway. :laugh:
    Being in the same university accommodation isn't quite the same as settling down though, is it? :sly: :lol:
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Being in the same university accommodation isn't quite the same as settling down though, is it? :sly: :lol:
    Mate, we have our own flat now. Not in halls. It's just us.

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    We are too, we do coffee and cake at home instead of partying
    We just baked banana bread last week.
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    believe it or not they arent all the same, so it spands the entire range from 25+ to never. Males have time on their side.
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    depends on the person themselves or ethnicity of the person. i mean most south asians get married by a max of 30.
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    I was prepared for it to be in my twenties, but sh*t happens.

    Nowadays, I don't want to settle down. I'm happy flying solo.
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    It's different for each guy, just like it is for each woman, personally, I don't give a toss about 'settling down', if that means getting married, having kids (eww) etc.
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    (Original post by Airmed)
    Mate, we have our own flat now. Not in halls. It's just us.
    I see. :getmecoat:
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    Thats a bit optimistic isnt it? Hoping your man was always ready to settle down with you since birth.
 
 
 
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