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By  genius_man16  |  8

WTF is wrong with YOU?! Is it young? Yes, but who the hell are you to pass judgments on people just because of their age? For all you know they have been dating since they were 11. Just because YOU aren't ready for marriage doesn't mean other people aren't. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being married at 21.

By  protooler31  |  6

why is everyone so surprised/shocked at someone being married at 21? Maybe he knocked her up, and did the right thing as a man and married her. I mean, getting married at 21 is certainly not nearly as controversial as marrying off your 15-16-17 year old daughters as was done in centuries past...

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By  drkwlf  |  7

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  ReasonsToFly  |  7

He didn't abuse his wife, she "fell down the stairs". Yeahhh... Also, if it was a monster, atleast you would have punched it in the face with your lightning fast reflexes.

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  Kiwi_Splash  |  7

You're too young to be married. Does she have no idea you're afraid of the dark? Both of you are a silly young couple who seriously need to mature completely before thinking marriage is a good idea at such an age.

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  americayay  |  7

159, you know nothing about these people or their relationship. Just because it doesn't work for you, doesn't mean it can't work for other people. You don't know everything.

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  apfunction  |  7

he didn't fucking beat his wife you fucking retards! it's called "reflexes", when someone suddenly jumps out at you from behind a door, you'd probably punch them to, you fucking faggots. and if not, I hope it's a rapist who rapes you and your children the eats them.

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  Crotcho_fml  |  7

kiwi splash: who are you to tell someone you don't even know that he's too young to be married? you're too young and uneducated to be giving marriage advice. there are many people in their 20s that are afraid of the dark. I'm not one of them, but a lot of bad things happen in the dark. OP you got a free punch. that's the only one you'll get ;) enjoy.

By  IreadFMLnaked  |  5

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  Sheleigh  |  5

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  Nickel05  |  5

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  genius_man16  |  5

WTF is wrong with YOU?! Is it young? Yes, but who the hell are you to pass judgments on people just because of their age? For all you know they have been dating since they were 11. Just because YOU aren't ready for marriage doesn't mean other people aren't. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being married at 21.

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  rukiafujioka  |  5

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  Kervik  |  5

Ehm . . . Legal marriage age, here in England is 16, I don't know about other places, but after 16, it's his choice if he wants to get married or not, at 21, he controls absolutely EVERYTHING about his life, and he is allowed to be married at that point, for sure (and was for the past 5 years in English law). He's chosen that he wants to be married, stop questioning why he did, just because of his age, because he is in full right to do so. To the original poster: Sorry for your third person reference before. But you better look after her, buy her some chocolates. :D (And an ice-pack). :P

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  misssweetie  |  5

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  gtdoll  |  5

what do u mean WTF is wrong w u? U REALLY shouldn't judge ppl. Because over here where I live, the normal marrying age is 19, 20, 21. Anything over that is weird here. So THINK before u speak. None of u kno where the OP live so stfu.

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  perryscherry  |  5

The OP lives in Maryland. And ditto the fact that there's absolutely nothing wrong with being married at 21. you do it when you're ready. @ OP: She should have known you are scared of the dark. If she didnt then, she does now.

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  monnanon  |  5

some people are ready to settle down at that age, some are not. Its not exactly young i mean when our parents were younger it was probably expected to be married by your early 20's. You cant win, you get married some time between the ages of 18-23 and its a case of OMG they are so young, if you aren't married by the time you are 27-29 (especially if you are a woman) then everyone either thinks you will never settle down or that no one will have you. I am currently 22 and i am engaged and don't feel as if im losing out on something for being settled down at this age. Its a personal choice. For gods sake people let others live the way they want. Since when has the age people choose to get married directly affected you.

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  Skull_300  |  5

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  americayay  |  5

Maybe they want to be married and that wasn't the point of the post? A lot of things are done differently in different places. I live in Oklahoma and most people I know were married by 23.

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  CHRIS1920  |  5

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  ang3l4  |  5

What about gaining life experiences and maturity TOGETHER? I'm 23 and getting married this October. We've been dating since we were 18 and I got my BS degree (with his support), went to my share of parties (that he picked me up from), joined a sorority (that he was my date to every function), go out to the bars with my girlfriends.... I haven't missed out on a single thing and I had my best friend with me through it all. I would rather gain life experiences with him.

By  eliz3  |  7

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  eliz3  |  7

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  btyfuldisastr  |  7

uh its not unusual to be married at 21? i know a lot of people are that age engaged and soon to be married.. back in the day it was unusual to NOT be married and have popped out a bunch of babies by then. i hate how things have changed. i like how we have more freedom and stuff but i miss old traditions and values...expecially family ones.

By  lizzzie_fml  |  7

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  ddrluna  |  7

Don't be an asshole. Some people don't need to be alone to "grow and gain life experiences" or to "have fun". It's none of your business what other people do, so go worry about your own goddamn life.

By  protooler31  |  6

why is everyone so surprised/shocked at someone being married at 21? Maybe he knocked her up, and did the right thing as a man and married her. I mean, getting married at 21 is certainly not nearly as controversial as marrying off your 15-16-17 year old daughters as was done in centuries past...

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Marrying someone you're not in love with and locking yourself, your wife and possible kids into a loveless marriage and a life of unhappiness (or a near-inevitable divorce eventually) is not at all the 'right thing' to do.

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  eliz3  |  6

What a ridiculous thing to say. "maybe he knocked her up and did the right thing and married her". Is that a joke?! This is the 21st century! Why on earth would you marry someone just because you got them pregnant? that is almost guaranteed to end in divorce and then would certainly not benefit the child.

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  DameGreyWulf  |  6

How is it wrong to support the child and not abandon the mother HE got pregnant? He must have loved her at some point to concieve.* It's just as much his fault as hers. Too many guys think "LOL UR PREGS? CYA" *Except if it was some cheap whore, but it's still his child. And divorce is not OMG SU HAMFRUL on the child. Many divorces ARE beneficial to the child. My entire life my parents have been screaming at each other, along with things getting broken and destroyed... (no make up sex, just so you know). I wish they WOULD have gotten divorced, but it didn't happen because they "didn't want to put us through that kind of thing" - sorry, but that bullshit every day of my life is a lot worse than TEH GR8 HRDSHIPZ of divorce... But I'm 18 and will be leaving soon anyway, so no use whining now.

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  eliz3  |  6

You have completely contradicted yourself there #83. If you're making the point that its a good idea to get married if you've knocked someone up (which I think you are, however confusingly you worded it) and you then went on to state divorce wasn't bad, and you wished your parents got divorced. Then...now think about it.... wouldn't it have been better if they hadn't got married in the first place?!

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  DameGreyWulf  |  6

I was actually saying the man should take responsibility. If that includes getting married for some, then go ahead, why not. Sometimes I think it would be better if they had never gotten married, but my brother came along eventually too. Sometimes it is better if they don't get married, sometimes they do get married and it seems to work, but it doesn't (then divorcing would be better), sometimes it does work out after all. What my second point, though, was that divorce is not always harsh on the children. Staying in a relationship you know won't work is.

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