ANSWERS: 33
  • To each his own. Best of luck to you.
  • I can't help but wonder why. If they are happy, I am proud for them. If they are sad, I feel that for them too. Being single is better than being in a bad marriage but I can't imagine living life without a partner. I love snuggling at night, can't go to sleep without my wife there by my side.
  • It must mean they want to be more personal or don;t want any strings holding them down from their adventures!
  • It is their personal choice and none of my business.
  • if they dont want to get married more power to tehm but me i love being married to my s/o. I would never change my idea either
  • I'm happy for them if that is what they want..If it's not what they want then I feel badly for them.
  • It's one less toaster I'll have to buy...Actually, it doesn't matter to me if someone is married or single.
  • I respect their choice. They know what is best for them, and they are at least honest about what they want and how they feel. Not like a lot of people who get married and then fight and bicker like little children, and end up divorcing each other, in misery.
  • They are lucky and I want to emulate them.
  • Do I get a dollar for every couple that gets married? I don't care.
  • Nothing. It's cool. I've gone between wanting to be a wife, and never marrying. As long as I'm with the person I love...
  • Jealous:)
  • Is it by their own choice....if so then they are certainly welcome to their own lifestyle. May they be blessed with happiness!
  • I have great respect for someone who isn't willing to settle for second best just because they are there.
  • I don't really think anything. If they want to be married and they haven't found the right person, I feel for them. If they simply don't WANT to get married for whatever reason, then I'm happy for them if that's what makes them happy.. Does that make sense, or am I just babbling?
  • I feel that they lost out on a special part of life.
  • Marriage is a choice so I don't think anything of it. My Aunt and "uncle" have been exclusively together for 30 years but have never been married. They are more commited to each other than half the married people I know, they just never saw the need for it.
  • i cant understnd how they could possibly be happy but then again some people dont understand why i do the things i do
  • If they are not married, it's by choice. It is our decisions that make us what we are today. Ultimately, when someone is not married, it's because they do not want to be married. I respect their decisions-- unless they are living a promiscuous life style.
  • Absolutely nothing. They just need to be happy.
  • The same as I feel toward a person that is married - It is their choice.
  • I think people need to do what is right for them. There is too much emphasis placed on marriage. If it is not right for someone, that is their business. Life is about whatever makes yourself happy. Considering the divorce rate (and I am someone who is divorced) perhaps holding off on marriage or not getting married at all is something more of us should have thought about. Marriage is one of the hardest things you will ever do in your life.
  • That's their choice and I respect it. Anyway marriage isn't right for everyone!
  • I don't have any opinion. If they choose not to marry it doesn't necessarily mean there is a lack of commitment.
  • It doesn't matter whether you get married or stay single: At times you'll regret it, and at times you'll be glad you did so.
  • Each to their own, I was with my ball-n-chain for 10yrs before we took the plunge.
  • They are smart.
  • I think they are very smart. I have a few freinds in on married relationships that have lasted longer than all my married friends, who are now divorced, mine included.
  • My sister has been with her boyfriend for 13 years and they just had their first child together a few months ago. They have talked about getting married, but want to pay off bills, save for a big wedding, etc. I think they are both just procrastinating because they are afraid that marriage will ruin their relationship. I think marrying will strengthen it, and the fact that they won't marry says something about their belief that they plan to stay together until death do us part.
  • Nothing.
  • i feel thay i should advice him for marriage.
  • When I was married for the first time I used look at them enviously and wished I was in their shoes. Now married for the 2nd time and having spent six years on my own I just respect them for their choice of lifestyle
  • The same way I feel about people who don't have children. Its not for everyone and I applaud them for knowing what they want out of life. These people are usually well educated and have good jobs. :)

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