Living the Single Life

Here in America we bill ourselves as a progressive country, but in reality we tend to be very stuck in old beliefs. One of those is the idea that you have to be married to be a complete person. Well it looks like people are starting to catch on that, when the majority of marriages end in divorce maybe it’s not such a good idea. Here is an article on MSN about how living single can actually be a good thing.


Here are a couple of the highlights:


Reason #1: You have a better body.
So true…. How many people do you know who got married then turned into fat slobs. I can think of quite a few women who used to be hotties and now, couldn’t get me drunk enough to touch. Or quite a few guys who used to live active lives and now sit at home watching tv with a beer sitting on their belly.


Reason #4: You can do what you want with your money—including keep it
Do I even need to comment on this one?


Reason #5: You have better sex.
Do you need more reason then this to stay single? You may have it more often when married but it’s mostly due to routine. If you want to enjoy it, stay single. Oh, and based on personal experience being married and single. I enjoy it much more now that I’m single. Then again, my ex-wife was a hottie when we met, but when we divorced, you could fit three average sized people on a pair of her pants. (See reason #1)
On a side note, I recently found out her and her fat friends occasionally read this blog… enjoy honey


Reason #9: Your travel tales are enviable.
This last New Year, I went with a girlfriend to Whistler BC. Not only did we have a great time, great sex, play in the snow, and stay up most of the night New Years at an awesome bar. We text messaged a married couple we know; who could have went with us but instead chose to stay home for the holiday. They did nothing that night.
Same side note, they also read this blog… Stop being lame asses and come with us next time!


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