The Truth About Being Single Vs. Being Married

Swatting Them Off Like Flies

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It’s a tale as old as time. When you’re single, it’s like you have a foul odor that you can’t shake off. No one will come near you, no one will swipe right on Tinder. By contrast, when you’re taken, it’s like you give off sex pheromones. Thirsty suitors can’t keep their hands off you.


Better Get Unlimited Minutes

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When you’re single and just going on casual dates, there’s not really much to talk about on the phone. You make plans, confirm the time and location, and say goodbye. But once things get serious, there’s no shortage of things to talk about. Especially during the first three months, aka the “honeymoon phase,” it’s almost like your phone is another limb in your body.

Honey But No Money

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This one’s an inevitable tragedy. When we’re single, we start saving all this money but it makes us sad because we don’t have anyone to spend it on. Once we’ve finally found someone, we do everything together, so things are twice as expensive. Soon enough, we run out of money and we become wistful for the days when there were wads of cash in our wallet.


Bros Before Hoes Is A Lie

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When you’re a young, single person, there’s nothing more important to you than your squad. You go on trips together and you make a pact to be friends forever. But once one of you finds a partner, it’s like throwing a wrench in the gears. They start doing “couple activities” and forget the group’s weekly get-togethers. And then there were three…