I love this.
I absolutely love this famous sentence.
Can someone please explain to me why this only happens to 20% of the married population? (That was a guess, not a factual digit).
Please tell me why we aren't understanding or following this "code of ethics" this day in age. Is it money? Stress? Temptation? Marital mistakes? Or is this an unrealistic expectation for most of us to uphold?
Should we be waiting till we are 40 some-odd years old to tie the knot so that we are for sure 100% positive of who we are and what we want?
Is monogamy a thing of the past?
In my future I see a white, silky, simple, beautiful, wedding dress. I see a huge rock on my left hand. A sandy beach and the man who has been waiting for me his whole life jonesing for the final-be-all-and end all kiss, the kiss that seals the deal that I am his forever.
I see myself screaming "hell motherfu*^ing YES I take you forever, TILL DEATH DO US PART you insanely hot perfect man of MINE."
Most importantly I see it happening. I see us living and dying with each other. Talking, laughing, and crying the ENTIRE way through it.
All of this in my dreamy future.
In my upbringing I was taught that this doesn't necessarily exist. Recently I have convinced myself that it does. It absolutely one. hundred. percent. exists.