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Will marriage one day become "a thing of the past"?

Seeing as so many of them fail, will monogamy eventually become outdated?

Posted by mzrpl (23084 total points) about July 16, 2011 in Relationships & Family - 1021 views - 12 total answers. Status: closed. - Report

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    Marriage will never become a thing of the past. Just like 'Murphy's Law' will never be repealed. LOL

    A man will still chase a woman until she catches him...it's the natural order of things.

    July 16, 2011
    Posted by Pluto68 (20372 total points) - Report
  • Of course not. It's so convenient for fighting and other extracurricular activities. Who wants to go hunting every time they get the urge to merge?

    July 16, 2011
    Posted by Pat (10171 total points) - Report
    • mzrpl
      mzrpl Good point! lol
      July 16, 2011
    • sonata
      sonata And quite a few others get the urge to purge . . . .
      July 16, 2011
  • For many, it's a thing of the "pissed."

    July 16, 2011
    Posted by pcrdds (14964 total points) - Report
  • Weddings will continue but marriage I am not so sure about.

    July 16, 2011
    Posted by Aplgwest (440 total points) - Report
    • mzrpl
      mzrpl Deep. Very well put.
      July 18, 2011
  • Well...for some people they will.

    July 16, 2011
    Posted by FLUGG (36540 total points) - Report
  • I do beleave civil marriage will be divorced from Holy matrimony. Then civil contracts will iron out the terms of divorce, and the pillaging of bootie. Holy matrimony will be the provence of cult leaders. If you wish to stay in the cult obay. If not don't leave your britches on the doorknob.

    July 16, 2011
    Posted by Dave Cobb (19322 total points) - Report
  • No, marriage will always be here. So will divorce lawyers.

    July 16, 2011
    Posted by mc_alamo (14657 total points) - Report
    • mzrpl
      mzrpl Capitalism works!
      July 16, 2011
  • I think we inherently want to believe in "HAPPILY EVER AFTER"!!

    July 17, 2011
    Posted by Wise1 (8771 total points) - Report
    • mzrpl
      mzrpl Absolutely!
      July 18, 2011
  • Probably. It doesn't really serve much point at all, does it. You don't need marriage papers to be committed to someone. I believe anyway that you're to stay with someone as long as the relationship works - once it doesn't any more, you should separate and move on. What's the sense in being forced to stay together in marriage when you're not happy?

    I am married though, but i don't consider it something that's going to force me to stay in a relationship that's not working.

    July 17, 2011
    Posted by NaturallyMe (233 total points) - Report
  • You wish!!

    July 17, 2011
    Posted by Wabbit (7156 total points) - Report
    • mzrpl
      mzrpl Hey, mine IS a thing of the past. So it's not a wish...
      July 18, 2011
  • No, most will stand the test of time.

    July 16, 2011
    Posted by captivate (2094 total points) - Report
    • mzrpl
      mzrpl You think...?
      July 18, 2011
  • For me its become a thing of the past a couple of times...lmao!

    July 16, 2011
    Posted by Disasterman111 (336 total points) - Report
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