The Post About Single vs. Married v.1
I am single.
Some days I want to be married. I want to be pursued and go on dates and say "yes" to an storybook proposal and set up our engagement television and plan an unforgettable wedding and live happily ever after.
Some days I shudder at the very thought of it.
So in honor of this yin/yang perspective, I've decided to start a feature on being single versus being married. And this is volume 1.
Writing critics would say I have to have a volume 2 in order to have a volume 1, but I can't work with that kind of pressure. For now, you get volume 1.
Believe it or not, this week goes to the marrieds.
You benefit from a little phenomenon known as "Eat as Two, Bring as One."
Married people think when it comes to signing up for an item to bring to a potluck that they only have to bring one item. This is all in spite of the fact they usually eat as two full-functioning adults. And some better halves put bingers to shame.
If you're single, you don't get to bring 50% of a casserole or a half-eaten bag of tortilla chips. Eyes would roll and gossip girls would chatter.
I guess that unity candle has more power than I thought.
Is that fair? Singles? Marrieds? Discuss.
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