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Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 17:28:57

Anna
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Year after year, less and less people get married. Are men becoming commitment-phobic?



Are some men really fine playing video games instead of having a real relationship with a woman? Do you really want to die alone? You know, you should grow up, get off your PC, and start having relationships.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 17:45:44


125ch209 
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OR, women you need to go back to your kitchen, education aint for you, just get married at 16 and raised children while daddy makes money.

OR, marriage is just a piece of paper, a lot of couple are perfectly fine living together without getting married.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 17:47:30


Skooma
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Oh look, another Anna
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 18:21:10


OxTheAutist 
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Marriage ≠ Relationship
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 18:31:30


MightySpeck (a Koala) 
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all i get from that graph is that women don't get married till they are 40
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 19:35:12

Anna
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Another Anna ^^

http://www.pewresearch.org/daily-number/young-men-and-women-differ-on-the-importance-of-a-successful-marriage/

Really, having a relationship is not the same thing as marriage, nor will it ever be.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 19:35:25


Blank
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>Implying this isn't because more people are becoming gay/other shit
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 20:00:09


God
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"Year after year, less and less people get married. Are men becoming commitment-phobic?
"


OR

Women are just getting uglier?

I mean, look at my mom.

30 years ago she was beautiful, now...

Now... she's...

A cow.

ERGO

Women were much more beautiful 30 years ago, gl on being uglier than my mom Anna ^.^
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 20:07:23

(retired)
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Stupid comment god, you should respect your mother!
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 20:12:10


The Lord
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Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 20:19:05


BONE
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yes i will marry you anna, just stop nagging me.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 20:48:15


Жұқтыру
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I will walk with my penis out the street. Hopefully, I will attract multiple women and combat your problem, Anna.

Edited 4/24/2015 20:48:23
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 21:33:26


Genghis 
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I believe there's economic and familial benefits to marriage?
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 21:35:58


Eklipse
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I believe there's economic and familial benefits to marriage?

There's also severe economic drawbacks to divorce. Which raises the question as to why people in modern society seem to like getting divorced more than they like getting married.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 21:42:24

Xalenryoh
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What the fuck does women not getting married have to do with men being wary of commitment? I wasn't aware men just decided, hey, I like you, I'm marrying you.

It's also very possible to have a relationship that doesn't result in a marriage. Happy and long lasting relationship at that.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 21:48:52


The Lord
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Divorce can actually be quite profitable if you can keep half of your ex's money and the kids. About 2/3 of all divorces are filed by women. Coincidence?
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/24/2015 22:07:02


Tyrion Lannister
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There's also severe economic drawbacks to divorce. Which raises the question as to why people in modern society seem to like getting divorced more than they like getting married.


actually, theres severe drawbacks to getting married, specially for poor people, due to losing benefits once married.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 11:07:12


[WL] Colonel Harthacanute
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Unless you're religious, marriage is a waste of money.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 11:24:30

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That's wrong, a marriage has some advantages fiscally speaking (less taxes, easier procedures for daily life).
But in some countries like France you have some possibilities to avoid a marriage: The PACS (civil solidarity pact), which more or less give the same rights and advantages as for a married couple (and you also avoid endless and costing divorces)

Edited 4/25/2015 11:30:29
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 11:34:45


Poseidó̱nas
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or maybe Women are becoming Commitment-Phobic, don't be sexist :(
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 12:25:13

Anna
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Don't be ridiculous. It's clearly men who are being little man-children and playing video games instead of growing up and getting married. That's what real men do. I just showed you a link, here it is again:

http://www.pewresearch.org/daily-number/young-men-and-women-differ-on-the-importance-of-a-successful-marriage/

And divorces are initiated by women more than men probably because the man is either lazy, does not do his equal share of the housework, or he abuses here. All good reasons to file a divorce. It's pretty misogynistic, actually, to assume that women do it because they want to have 50% of a man's money. That's not what it is about.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 12:51:54

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"Ezkondu baino lehen, kontu zer egiten den"
Before you get married, make sure you know what you're doing.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 13:16:17


Tyrion Lannister
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That's wrong, a marriage has some advantages fiscally speaking (less taxes, easier procedures for daily life).
But in some countries like France you have some possibilities to avoid a marriage: The PACS (civil solidarity pact), which more or less give the same rights and advantages as for a married couple (and you also avoid endless and costing divorces)


Not in america. In america marrying means MORE taxes, and you will lose benefits like medicare/food stamps.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 13:17:42

Xalenryoh
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"Don't be ridiculous. It's clearly men who are being little man-children and playing video games instead of growing up and getting married. That's what real men do. I just showed you a link, here it is again:"

Someone sounds angry she can't find anyone willing to marry her sorry ass. Try furthering yourself as a human and being less of a clingy bitch.

"The share of young men (ages 18 to 34) who say that having a successful marriage is one of the most important things in their lives has dropped six percentage points since 1997, from 35% to 29%."

It shouldn't be one of the most important things in ones life. That's true for men and women. Even 63% of women agree with that. Only a small minority of either gender think it's one of the most important life goals.

A womans goals should be to advance herself, not to find a man and then rely upon him to provide for her.

"Not in america. In america marrying means MORE taxes, and you will lose benefits like medicare/food stamps."

No, married couples in America pay far less taxes.

Edited 4/25/2015 13:18:16
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 15:21:02

Anna
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Someone sounds angry she can't find anyone willing to marry her sorry ass. Try furthering yourself as a human and being less of a clingy bitch.


Consider that not every thread is for you, Mr. Entitled. If you don't have anything to say, just stfu.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 15:27:25


Skooma
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Anna, could you perhaps change your name? I'm feeling a bit uncomfortable with this
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 15:39:43


Darth Darth Binks
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Money has more to do with this than some might think.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 16:07:07

Anna
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I'll tell everyone what I think and I make no apology for it. I'm not going to change my name for it. If you want to change yours, go ahead.
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 16:12:13


Skooma
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I'm not changing my name because of a troll, sorry
Are men becoming commitment-phobic?: 4/25/2015 16:19:45

Anna
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I'm not a troll. Maybe you are one?

And why are you apologizing? https://youtu.be/rzL-vdQ3ObA
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