Today's chickchat with @conniegirlswag
The lady asked a question I find interesting. Does one really need to have more life experience before getting married? I remember back then in the university, in my early twenties, we had a few classmates who were getting married then at ages 20, 21 or 22. Some of us would snigger when asked if we'd want to and say "no, I feel like I have to experience life more deeply" or some variation. Now at 30 I wonder if it makes any difference if one "experiences life" before venturing marriage or not, I really don't think so. What do you think?
Oh, there's also that talk about women who get married at such an early age (without "experiencing life") and how they're likely to go haywire and start acting out later on, probably have extramarital affairs, become party animals or generally totally different people, because they didn't get the opportunity to "experience life" and do other things their mates were doing when they were doing it. True?
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