february five : the perks

2.07.2013

(For those who already have their undies bundled, I understand that marriage is a personal choice & this is strictly for comic relief. Cool it.)

1: your eggs will still be fresh for a few years.
2: you can freak out non-utahan's by saying that you are married & 19.
3: if you regret your first decision, you're young enough to remarry.
4: you're still limber- for hiking & things.
5: you'll have more time & money to do young things before you make tiny people.

Go marriage. We love it.

19 comments :

  1. soo this kind of makes me feel old cause i'm 22, and i still feel like we have plenty of time. but 22 is still considered young in the non-lds population.
    however i don't think im limber, i feel like im trapped in a grandmas body, well i can basically do the splits, but thats a different story.
    time to make me some money!

    K

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  2. "for hiking & things" hahaha! at work yesterday, girls were like "whaaat? you were married at 19? no way. i'm waiting until i'm 25. 19 is way too young" but i completely disagree. and i love this.

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  3. i love how people would freak out when i was getting married so young. this list is hilarious... still young enough to remarry! hahaha

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  4. hahah. for hiking & things. and sex.

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  5. Hahah! I just laughed pretty hard at this one. You are seiously are my favorite. Thank you for making me feel a little better about all the people who have their undies in a bunch about me getting married so young.

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  6. hahah woohooo! go us young married people.
    and also if you're asian (like me) people think that you and your husband are just siblings holding hands. because apparently, all of us asians look alike :) hahaha

    -Marsa
    The DayLee Journal

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  7. I'm 20 and get told every single day that I'm too young to be married and blah, blah, blah.
    These are hilarious and maybe I should try these out in response haha

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  8. 1 and 4 are tops. I love your lists.

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  9. hahahaha GO MARRIAGE! You are hilarious! And I think this is a great list!

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  10. Haha love it!
    I'm married when I was 26, not that young I think. But people (who don't know me very well) told me all the time I was to young...

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  11. Haha this is gold! I was married at 22. I think if you know someone is right for you why wait a few more years just to convince other people!

    X
    Molly
    thecottagediaries.blogspot.co.nz

    P.S thanks for stopping by my blog! New follower :)

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  12. Meg I love your blog. My friends started following you so I jumped on the bandwagon and I'm so glad I did. You are hilarious!!! Keep posting... I love it!

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  13. Lol, hiking... Love your list, and you're right, marriage rocks!

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