Do you have an ideal age for marriage?

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Why is it that marriage numbers are falling.?
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people don't like commitment anymore
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i mean not that they did before but i dont know why it feels as if our generation is just so unfaithful
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Defo wouldn't get married before 28
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I definitely have to find a steady guy first. I hope before I am 30. I am about to turn 20 in less than a week.
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28-30 would be ideal, but you can't determine when you will fall in love, when it happens it happens.
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i like what ricky Gervais says about marriage which is that he is married in all ways except from in the eyes of God. so for me either 40+ or a long term relationship that lasts without marriage
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numbers are falling because previous generations felt forced that they had to marry. also, women nowadays have more rights and can spend more time focusing on a career and don't have to get married to be important
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28-32

you're not even a real adult til 25 mentally..

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Whenever I've got my **** together. Could be a while.
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(Original post by GeorgeAgdgdgwngo)
i like what ricky Gervais says about marriage which is that he is married in all ways except from in the eyes of God. so for me either 40+ or a long term relationship that lasts without marriage
well is he married legally ? does his girlfriend get spousal pension benefits if he dies ? etc
if not then he is just chatting ****
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I'd like to first be successful career-wise and attain a level of my profession that I am proud of. Then I would consider marrying my boyfriend, so ideally 28-30?
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everyone says want to get married by this age. but why why get married is it even necessary?



(Original post by hannah00)
well is he married legally ? does his girlfriend get spousal pension benefits if he dies ? etc
if not then he is just chatting ****
he is not married legally doesnt see the point of it
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id say 30+ but tbh marriage is pointless, costs alot of money for what in return? absolutely nothing worth anything rather spend that **** on something usefull for my children.
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