Marriage. It's not for everyone, but most people get married. And most people say it's great, all joking aside. From the day you say I do to 'till death do us part, sharing your life with someone just makes it better.
Unless, you know, the person you married sucks. Maybe then it's not better to get married. Think about how you could travel the world without having to worry about what someone else is doing. You don't have to cook double the meals or wait to watch the next show on Netflix.
If you talk to enough married people, you'll soon realize that not all marriages are based on love. It's not right and it's not wrong; it's just the way it is. Which really sucks, but unfortunately life isn't always happily ever afters.
Spouses recently took to Whisper.com to confess the reasons they got married other than love, and some of their stories may surprise you. Or, they may not, considering you might already be so jaded about love that you'll believe anything.
For example, being terrified of dying alone is probably not the most excellent reason to get married. If that's your reason to get married, maybe you should have just gotten a cat. That would have been a little less of a big deal.
Girl, we're not sure why we have to tell you this, but that's pretty terrible. Even though you think you were sparing his feelings, we're sorry to inform you that that's worse than telling him the truth. Now you're going to live together for the next fifty years hiding the fact that you didn't marry for love. Do you think she's able to tell the waiter that she doesn't like the way her steak is cooked, or is she too afraid she'll hurt their feelings?